Dottie Chicquelo, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) inducted in 1993 into the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Montgomery County, Maryland chapter. She served in many leaderships and organizational capacities and was elected President 1998-2000 (2 terms). She joined the Prince George’s County, MD Chapter 2014 and presently serves as Historian, Corresponding Secretary, and Chair of the Community Outreach Committee to include, actively serving in other capacities. She served as the Chapter representative and Organizing Chair - the Native American Indian/Alaska Native Grand Entry for 10.10 on the DC Mall. National Executive Committee for Native and Latino Justice or Else – 10.10. Dr. Chicquelo served as Alternate Delegate for the 2021 National NCBW, Inc. Biennial Conference.
She serves as a financial and active member of several other organizations and advisory boards to include Diamond Life member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; one of a few appointed Directors for Delta Foundation, Inc. MD; Speaker - locally, nationally, and internationally.
And appointed” Ambassador for Peace” representing the Universal Peace Federation and Interreligious Federation for World Peace, Inc., Women Federation for World Peace, USA, and DMV Coordinator for the Global Women’s Peace Network, International; appointed to serve on the College Park, MD. M.L. King, Jr. Committee, and Board Director for the Picket Fences Senior Services, Inc. She is the Founder and Director of “Youth Stay Supplied, Inc. She has received numerous awards and recognitions, including the People of Distinction Humanitarian Award-CBS Radio, and was inducted into the Maryland Senior Citizens Hall of Fame.
She retired from the University of Maryland, College Park after 26 years/plus service to include past president, UMCP Black Faculty, and Staff Association. She received both undergraduate and master’s degrees from the UMUC in Business Administration. Master’s in Philosophy and Ph.D. in Management from Walden University. An active ministerial member of the Kettering Baptist Church Legacy Center, MD. She celebrates her Indigenous culture and heritage as a member of Sacred First Nations for Peace. She spends precious time with her husband, daughter, granddaughter, extended family, friends, and others.