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CRYSTAL R. THOMPSON For Prince George’s County Council District 1 This vision is not a pipe dream. Is in our grasp because every resident will share in the work and the prosperity. The first step is accountability. We must look at our current budget line by line and quickly move Prince George’s County into the future. The view of the future will be great from here because we will build our future together. Conduct a full line-by-line audit of the Board of Education’s 2009 expenses to reconcile major funding swings in the 2010 budget including School Operating Resources, Administration (Chief Accountability Officer’s Salary will increase to $4,314,400 or for 2010), Technology, Special Education, and Plant Operations. Employers Making Change SimpleFebruary 1997 - Present Owner Laurel, Maryland TechnoLife ideas and training solutions Grad School Strayer '96Masters of Science Business Administration College Georgetown University '91 International Management and Marketing Muhammad Ali fascinated a little girl with his fancy footwork in the ring and caused her to fall in love with the sport of boxing. Her biggest dream was to meet Ali. Though destiny had something even better in mind. That little girl was Jean Dancy. Author of the poem "My Black King," the Alabama A&M University graduate is grateful to have worked as an actress, model, make-up artist, jazz singer, English teacher, sports-writer, motivational speaker, Life Skills teacher, real estate broker, and certified mediator. However, her most outstanding accomplishment happened when she became the first female boxing manager to manage and later promote an athlete who was also her husband. Under Dancy's management, Marty Monroe soared to a #4 world ranking in the heavyweight boxing division. What about Muhammad Ali?---and destiny? Jean didn't just meet Ali; at one time she was the only female boxing manager in his Deer Lake training camp! Later she became a boxing promoter.