About David Sloan
David Sloan Jr. is a lifelong resident of Prince George’s County and a product of Prince George’s County Public Schools. He attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston Massachusetts where he studied business and vocal theory; and was the founding President of the College’s Student Government Association. His early career began with interning for County Councilwoman Dorothy Bailey and campaigning for Major Riddick. Since then, David has been at the forefront of putting community first and electing proven leadership. His grassroots organizing experience served him well in senior roles in several successful local and statewide campaigns including; Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Governor Martin O’Malley and President Obama. During the last Presidential Cycle, David served as the Executive Director of the Maryland Democratic Party. David’s public service has included working in the Governor’s Office of Communications and currently serving as Special Advisor to Governor Martin O’Malley. He is a member of the First Baptist Church of Glenarden. His father David Sloan, Sr. still resides in the Prince Georges County with his sister Angela and his niece, and nephew.
Feb 01, 2014
I look forward every February to reflecting on the achievements of black Americans and their role in the history of our nation. I take pride in telling my son about the great leaders of the past and how they helped paved the way for the rest of us. This year I decided to embrace the next generation of leaders.
Jan 21, 2014
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once pointed out that, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’ Community engagement is what drives my passion for politics. My years of public service have taught me that people matter and when we are united we can be powerful agents of change.
Jan 13, 2014
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 was a very special day. It marked the beginning of the 434th Legislative Session in Maryland’s history. Over the next 90 days, Senators and Delegates from across Maryland will be in Annapolis debating and voting on critical bills that impact people in every city, county, and district in the State.