Join Us in Welcoming New Members to the
County Government Team

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Dear Prince Georgians,

We are excited to share that over the last few weeks, we have welcomed several new members to the County Government team! Each of these individuals possess a great deal of knowledge and expertise in their respective fields and we are proud to have them working with us. We encourage you take a moment to read more about each of them and their roles within the County Government.

In addition, we also want to keep you updated on the search for a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Prince George’s County Public Schools. Following State law, the County has hired a search firm and is currently conducting a national search for the next CEO. We recognize the importance of hearing from our residents throughout this process, and that is why we are encouraging Prince Georgians to complete an online survey by Friday, March 31, to share your feedback as the County searches for the new CEO. In addition, we will also host a public forum in the coming weeks to allow residents an opportunity to provide feedback. We will be sure to keep you updated on that forum once details become available.

Since the start of this administration, providing our youth with a quality education that will prepare them for a meaningful future has been a top priority. We look forward to working with our partners and our community as we search for the next CEO of our school system.

Yours in service, 

Angela Alsobrooks
Prince George’s County Executive

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Anthony C. Bennett
Inspector General and Director, Office of Integrity, Compliance, and Police Accountability

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Mr. Anthony C. Bennett is the County’s new Inspector General and Director of the Office of Integrity, Compliance, and Police Accountability. He joins the County with extensive experience in law enforcement and investigations in both the private and public sectors and will work to ensure our public safety agencies operate with the highest level of transparency and accountability.

Mr. Bennett previously served as the Deputy Inspector General for the City of Atlanta, Georgia. In this role, he assisted in creating the agency from the ground up, and investigated complaints or allegations of fraud, waste, corruption, or abuse by officials and employees. Prior to that, he served as the Manager of Investigations and the Accreditation Manager for the Palm Beach County Office of Inspector General in Palm Beach County, Florida, from 2019 to 2021. In addition, he spent 16 years with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office in Broward County, Florida, rising through the ranks from Deputy Sheriff to Executive Officer/Ombudsman.

Mr. Bennett is a United States Army veteran who served during the Gulf War (Operation Desert Storm). He holds a bachelor’s in criminal justice from Lynn University and a master’s in public administration from the University of Central Florida. Mr. Bennett is also a graduate of the University of Louisville’s Southern Police Institute Command Officers’ Development Program and the United States Army Rehabilitation Training Instructor Course.

The Inspector General was previously housed within the Prince George’s County Police Department. In July 2020, County Executive Alsobrooks established the Prince George’s County Police Reform Work Group, which was tasked with providing a comprehensive operations and policy review of the Prince George’s County Police Department to develop recommendations to help guide the County’s police reform efforts. One of the recommendations was to create an Office of Integrity and Compliance under the Office of the County Executive, with the Inspector General serving as the Director.

With the subsequent passage of the Maryland Police Accountability Act of 2021 which required various police reforms by jurisdictions across the State, the County ultimately established the Office of Integrity, Compliance, and Police Accountability under the Office of the County Executive, where the Inspector General serves as the Director.

Mr. Bennett began his new role on February 27, 2023.


Mr. Anthony C. Bennett is the County’s new Inspector General and Director of the Office of Integrity, Compliance, and Police Accountability. He joins the County with extensive experience in law enforcement and investigations in both the private and public sectors and will work to ensure our public safety agencies operate with the highest level of transparency and accountability.

Mr. Bennett previously served as the Deputy Inspector General for the City of Atlanta, Georgia. In this role, he assisted in creating the agency from the ground up, and investigated complaints or allegations of fraud, waste, corruption, or abuse by officials and employees. Prior to that, he served as the Manager of Investigations and the Accreditation Manager for the Palm Beach County Office of Inspector General in Palm Beach County, Florida, from 2019 to 2021. In addition, he spent 16 years with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office in Broward County, Florida, rising through the ranks from Deputy Sheriff to Executive Officer/Ombudsman.

Mr. Bennett is a United States Army veteran who served during the Gulf War (Operation Desert Storm). He holds a bachelor’s in criminal justice from Lynn University and a master’s in public administration from the University of Central Florida. Mr. Bennett is also a graduate of the University of Louisville’s Southern Police Institute Command Officers’ Development Program and the United States Army Rehabilitation Training Instructor Course.

The Inspector General was previously housed within the Prince George’s County Police Department. In July 2020, County Executive Alsobrooks established the Prince George’s County Police Reform Work Group, which was tasked with providing a comprehensive operations and policy review of the Prince George’s County Police Department to develop recommendations to help guide the County’s police reform efforts. One of the recommendations was to create an Office of Integrity and Compliance under the Office of the County Executive, with the Inspector General serving as the Director.

With the subsequent passage of the Maryland Police Accountability Act of 2021 which required various police reforms by jurisdictions across the State, the County ultimately established the Office of Integrity, Compliance, and Police Accountability under the Office of the County Executive, where the Inspector General serves as the Director.

Mr. Bennett began his new role on February 27, 2023.


Adriana Caldarelli
Deputy Director, Department of the Environment

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Ms. Adriana Caldarelli is the new Deputy Director for the Department of the Environment. She is an environmental professional who joins the County with over 20 years of experience in the water and environment sectors.

Ms. Caldarelli previously served as Director of Government Affairs with EnviroCert International, a non-profit certification body that focuses on ensuring stormwater professionals are well-trained in the theory and practice of stormwater management. Prior to that, she served as the Director of the Stormwater Institute and the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program at the Water Environment Federation and in multiple capacities with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection from 2001 to 2018.

Ms. Caldarelli has a MBA from the Virginia Tech Pamplin School of Business, a master’s in environmental policy from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, and a bachelor’s in natural resource management from Rutgers University.

Ms. Caldarelli began her new role on March 27, 2023.


Alison Flores
Deputy Director, Office of Community Relations

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Ms. Alison Flores is the new Deputy Director for the Office of Community Relations. She is a professional in communications, public relations, and governmental affairs, and is dedicated to ensuring political, social, and economic inclusion of diverse communities.

Ms. Flores previously served as the Latino Affairs Liaison with the Office of the County Executive, where she was responsible for engaging the Latino community and working with key stakeholders to ensure that Latino residents have access to government services and programs. Prior to that, Ms. Flores served as the Chief of Staff for former Council Member Deni Taveras from 2018 to 2021 and the Communication and Special Projects Director from 2016 to 2018.

Ms. Flores has a bachelor’s in sociology with a concentration in crime and justice, global and comparative processes, and public policy analysis from Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. In addition, she minored in peace and justice studies.

Ms. Flores began her new role on March 27, 2023.

Denise Robinson
Executive Director, Revenue Authority

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Ms. Denise Robinson has been selected as the new Executive Director of the Revenue Authority. She currently serves as Assistant Deputy Chief Administrative Officer (DCAO) for Economic Development in the Office of the County Executive, and has an extensive background in real estate, economic development, and affordable housing.

Ms. Robinson has served as an Assistant DCAO for Economic Development since September 2020. In this role, she has overseen planning and implementation of the County Executive’s signature Blue Line Corridor initiative and has been responsible for overseeing multiple real estate agencies within the County’s economic development cluster. Prior to joining the Office of the County Executive, Ms. Robinson was the Director of the New Communities Initiative in the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development in Washington, D.C., where she created and launched a $76 million fund that serves as D.C.’s exclusive funding source to improve, rehabilitate, and redevelop the D.C. Housing Authority’s housing units.

Ms. Robinson graduated from Hampton University with a bachelor’s in business management and earned her MBA with a concentration in real estate from the University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School. She is a member of the Urban Land Institute and Women of Color in Community Development. She is also a former Board Member of the DC Promise Neighborhood Initiative and St. Elizabeth’s East Redevelopment Advisory Board.

Ms. Robinson will begin her new role on April 3, 2023.

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