About Sennieal Crutchfield

An educator, community leader, and active member of civic associations, Sennieal has served the community in various capacities for over 30 years. This service provided her insight into the need for citizen advocacy and building coalition partners.

In addition to a distinguished teaching career, Sennieal has advocated for teachers and staff. She has held several leadership roles, including union-building representative and co-chair of a Faculty Advisory Committee. Sennieal has represented Prince Georges County Education Association (PGCEA) in Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) conferences as well as at National Education Association (NEA) conventions. Additionally, in a public relations liaison lobbying role, she interacted with elected officials in both Congress and Annapolis.

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An educator, community leader, and active member of civic associations, Sennieal has served the community in various capacities for over 30 years. This service provided her insight into the need for citizen advocacy and building coalition partners.

In addition to a distinguished teaching career, Sennieal has advocated for teachers and staff. She has held several leadership roles, including union-building representative and co-chair of a Faculty Advisory Committee. Sennieal has represented Prince Georges County Education Association (PGCEA) in Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) conferences as well as at National Education Association (NEA) conventions. Additionally, in a public relations liaison lobbying role, she interacted with elected officials in both Congress and Annapolis.

A selfless servant-leader, advocate, and dedicated educator Sennieal is committed to the community. A certified and highly qualified educator, who was nominated for Teacher of the Year in 2012, she currently serves as Vice President for the Woodmore Town Centre Condominium Association.

With a Minister father and an educator mother, Sennieal was born and educated in Riviera Beach, Florida, where she shared a modest home filled with the love and affirmation of her seven siblings.
A graduate of Howard University, Sennieal is a member of Alpha Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Contact Information
9103 Woodmore Centre Drive #2003
Lanham, MD 20706
Email: senniealcrutchfield@gmail.com
Phone: 301-323-8220

Community Outreach

Sennieal is a faithful and longstanding member of the First Baptist Church of Glenarden, where she has served in various capacities.  For the past fifteen holiday seasons, she initiated and chaired a program to provide food to families in need. Sennieal has supported outreach initiatives that focused on Haiti’s devastating earthquake

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Sennieal is a faithful and longstanding member of the First Baptist Church of Glenarden, where she has served in various capacities.  For the past fifteen holiday seasons, she initiated and chaired a program to provide food to families in need. Sennieal has supported outreach initiatives that focused on Haiti’s devastating earthquake, the Red Cross for disaster relief and providing resources for homeless shelters. She is the founder of Hopes and Dreams Summer Enrichment Camp, which focused on District of Columbia youth between the ages of five and twelve.

Advocate

As your representative, to help facilitate community change, Sennieal will seek to build coalitions with elected officials on both sides of the aisle. She will advocate for educational, healthcare, criminal justice, and economic reform. While already at the forefront of addressing workplace bullying issues within a system that led to policy changes, Sennieal will continue to advocate for accountability and the redefining of policies that shield leaders who create unhealthy working environments.

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As your representative, to help facilitate community change, Sennieal will seek to build coalitions with elected officials on both sides of the aisle. She will advocate for educational, healthcare, criminal justice, and economic reform. While already at the forefront of addressing workplace bullying issues within a system that led to policy changes, Sennieal will continue to advocate for accountability and the redefining of policies that shield leaders who create unhealthy working environments. With deep roots in the community, equipped with a heart for service, and the goal of providing resources to support a better standard of living for county residents, Sennieal will be your voice in Annapolis.

Strategic Priorities

Educational Reform

Sennieal’s vision is to strengthen the educational system and ensure equitable education for all students.

She supports:
• Increased wraparound services
• Lower in-state college tuition
• An increase in teachers salaries, and
• Reasonable workloads for educators

While working to improve special education services and ending the school-to-prison pipeline
Sennieal will support legislation to update, improve and expand innovative educational services and school’s infrastructure.

HEALTH Reform

Sennieal supports universal healthcare. She will work to establish a long-COVID health policy and support paid family medical leave for working families. Sennieal will also support investments in mental health, improvements to county and state outreach services, and strengthening services for seniors.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE Reform

Sennieal envisions safe communities where citizens can thrive. She will support legislation that ensures the justice system is fair and equitable for all district residents, establish programs for returning citizens, and support efforts to decrease gun violence and other activities plaguing the community.

Economic Reform

Sennieal will champion investing in youth by supporting additional job training opportunities and support services. She will work tirelessly for investments in affordable housing and creating additional well-paying job opportunities. Sennieal believes in creating opportunities for small businesses and securing the appropriate resources for them to begin, develop, and thrive.

Voting Reform

Sennieal is a proponent of all citizens having the right to vote. She will increase voter registration and work to ensure in-person and online voting options are available for everyone.