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eCommunity Affairs Talks To Robin Breedon, Candidate For PGC District 23B

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An exclusive interview with Ms. Robin Breddon candidate for Maryland State Delegate District 23B for Prince George’s County, Maryland. Current occupation: Director, Department of Television Resources & Web Services, Prince George’s County Public Schools; adjunct professor, broadcasting, Morgan State University.-Education: Master of Fine Arts candidate, Writing Popular Fiction, Seton Hill University, January, 2011; Master of Arts, Writing Popular Fiction, Seton Hill University, 2004; Bachelor’s in communications (journalism and public relations), Howard University, 1978; and high school diploma, Arts High School, Newark, N.J., 1974. -Community associations, involvement: First Baptist Church of Glenarden, Parent Teacher Associations, WPGC 95 Coat Drive, Stop the Violence Campaign, Books Not Bullets, Nobody Asked Me Campaign (domestic violence, anti-drugs, help for homeless, etc.), Adopt a Child Spotlight. She started her career in newspapers in the Capp Cities Journalism Training Program reporting for the FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, THE KANSAS CITY STAR & TIMES, and THE OAKLAND PRESS. Then, she moved on to become an assignment editor for WPVI TV, the ABC affiliate in Philadelphia. Other television work includes reporting for NBC and CBS affiliates in Mississippi and Louisiana, and working for NBC Network Documentaries in New York. Breedon is a graduate of Howard University with a degree in Communications and has a MA degree in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. Thousands took the ride home with Breedon weekdays from 4-8pm on WPRS 104.1 FM Washington’s Inspiration Station. She is an adjunct Communications Professor at Morgan State University and is the Director of the Department of Television Resources and Web Services for Prince George’s County Public Schools, the nation’s 19th largest school system. But her most important job is being mom to her two sons Simon and DJ