2 tapped for women's commission Clagett, Roche hail from Annapolis

July 27, 1993

Two Annapolis women have been appointed to two-year terms on the Anne Arundel County Commission on the Status of Women.

Patricia D. Clagett, legislative coordinator and community organizer for Planned Parenthood of Maryland since 1989, and Patricia R. Roche, a partner at Roche-Rooney Financial Services since 1987, are the commission's newest members. They will serve until June 30, 1995.

Ms. Clagett, a member of the Annapolis City Environmental Commission, has worked in government and politics. She has been a legislative aide in the Maryland General Assembly and U.S. House of Representatives, and since 1988 has helped to plan the Anne Arundel County Women's Fair.

Ms. Roche has worked as an instructor, counselor, administrator and supervisor for schools in New England and Prince George's County. She has been self-employed as a teaching consultant and is the former owner of the Chesapeake Business Institute.

The appointments bring the number of commission members to 11, and there are still openings. The commission has 16 positions, said Joan Leanos, chairwoman.

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