"Millicent James, originally born in Winneba, Ghana, West Africa. Came to United States when I was 11 years old. Born to Jack (deceased 2019) and Jane Barnes. I have 4 siblings. Graduated from Forestville High School. Went to college and graduated from Bowie States University with a B.S. Degree in Political Science degree, and 2nd B.S. Degree in Paralegal Studies from University of Maryland, College Park.
Professionally, I work at Department of Justice, Tax Division, Criminal Enforcement Section as a Supervisory Legal Assistant. I have been with Department of Justice for 31 years. I started out as a student and over the years I have progressed and elevated through the Agency. My skillset is in legal studies, supervising, communicating with internal and external individuals within the agency, other government agencies, and outside private sectors. I also resolve any issues that may arise in the office.
After college I met and married Stephen Tyrone James in November 1996. Tyrone was born in Washington, DC. We both grew up in Prince George's County and attended PG public school system. He joined the Air Force after graduation. After the Air Force, Tyrone attended and graduated from University of Maryland, College Park where he earned his B.S. Degree in Paralegal Studies and J.D. Law Degree from University of Maryland, Baltimore Law. Tyrone works for U.S. Capitol Police as a Sargent for 30 years. He has served in many positions during his career with Capitol Police and is currently working in the General Counsel's Office.
Personally, we have two children (Stephen 24 yrs old and Kwansmia James (20 yrs old)). We are both active members of True Deliverance Church of God ministries (Bishop Alvin, Presiding Prelate, and Co-Pastor Agnes Venson) of Maryland and Virginia. I am a member of the Trustee Board and Tyrone serves as a licensed Elder, member of the Executive Trustee Board, and Core Leader over various organizations within the ministry.
In our spare time we love spending quality time with each another, our family/friends, volunteering at church, and traveling."