Black History Month is upon us, and I am excited to welcome a history maker to my podcast, "Civic Engagement with Raymond Tyler." I have the honor to chat with Hamilton Township Committeewoman Dr. Thelma Witherspoon to discuss what she does for her municipality; what she learned as a former president and vice president of the Atlantic City Board of Education; and the affection and gratitude she has toward some of the mentors who helped her along the way. Witherspoon is the first Black woman to serve as a committeewoman for Hamilton Township. This current role is her latest commitment to community service that has spanned more than 35 years.
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