Bowie State University Foundation Adds New Directors

Bowie State University, the historically black educational institution in Maryland, has named three African Americans to the board of directors of the university’s foundation. The new members are:

Monty Cooper, an attorney with Wallace King Domike & Reiskin. Cooper is a graduate of Georgetown University and the William and Mary School of Law;

Arethia Toni Lewis is president of The Perfect Plan of Greater Washington. She is a graduate of the District of Columbia Teachers College; and

Albert Wynn, a former congressman from Maryland, is a senior adviser at the law firm Dickstein Shapiro. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and the Georgetown University Law Center.