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Advisory Commission on Sentencing Linda K. Harllee Confirmation Resolution of 1999
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Chairman Linda W. Cropp at the request of the Mayor


To confirm the appointment of Ms. Linda K. Harllee to the Advisory Commission on Sentencing.

RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this resolution may be cited as the "Advisory Commission on Sentencing Linda K. Harllee Confirmation Resolution of 1999".

Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the appointment of:

Ms. Linda K. Harllee
3113 Hawthorne Drive, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20017
(Ward 4)

as a member of the Advisory Commission on Sentencing, established by section 2 of the District of Columbia Advisory Commission on Sentencing Establishment Act of 1998, effective October 16, 1998 (D.C. Law 12-167), for a term to end 3-years from the date a majority of the first members are sworn in.

Sec. 3. The Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of this resolution, upon its adoption, each to the nominee and to the Office of the Mayor.

Sec. 4. This resolution has no fiscal impact.

Sec. 5. This resolution shall take effect immediately.

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3113 Hawthorne Drive, NE
Washington, DC 20017
(H) 202.332.5554 (W) 202.546. 7500, ext 214 (E-Mail)


  • Experience in planning and coordinating programmatic activities for youth and adults, developing and monitoring budgets, writing proposals and grants, staff supervision, and using computer tools.
  • Counselor with Master's Degree and experience working with people of varied backgrounds and needs.
  • Experience in government and contract accounting. Bachelor's degree and work experience related to management and budgeting.
  • Successfully designed and implemented a cultural and gender specific, city-wide "Rites of Passage" program for African-American adolescents and their families.
  • Extensive knowledge and experience working with youth involved in the juvenile Justice system.


EXECUTIVE PROGRAM DIRECTOR (1/98 - Present), Cornell Abraxas, DC Community-Based Programs
Develop and administer two youth programs for juvenile offenders and their families. Supervise all treatment, educational and administrative services and evaluate staff performance. Provide leadership and direction to staff. Write and negotiate proposals. Prepare and manage a combined annual budget exceeding $750,000.

SUPERVISORY CASE MANAGER (9/95 - 1/98), Cornell Abraxas, Supervised Home Services Program
Coordinated and monitored youth advocacy and social services program. Managed staff and daily program operation. Maintained interaction with funding agency. Serviced a caseload of youth who are involved in the juvenile justice system, chronic in behavioral problems, and in need of home-based services to assist in making the transition from residential treatment facilities or detention centers back into the community.

PROGRAM MANAGER /PREVENTION EDUCATION COORDINATOR (8/93 - 9/95), Substance Abuse Prevention Education Program (S.A.P.E.), DC Public Schools

Provided a comprehensive Substance Abuse Prevention Education Program to twelve (12) District of Columbia Public Schools (Grades Pre-K through 12) and Oak Hill Youth Detention Center Provided services including education, training, and programmatic activities promoting local and national initiatives for students, staff, parents, and the community.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR (intern) (9/93 - 6/94), Providence Hospital, Seton House
Developed a broad-based knowledge and understanding of substance abuse treatment models, case management addiction and mental health counseling; facilitating individual and group therapy sessions, and family systems.

SENIOR REVENUE ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE (6/88 - 8/83), District of Columbia Department of Finance and Revenue
Investigated and collected business tax liabilities and liquidated debts owed the District of Columbia. Trained and supervised other Revenue Account Representatives.


MA. in Guidance and Counseling, Trinity College, Washington, DC, 1995
B.B.A. in Business Management, University of the District of Columbia, 1998


Member, American Counseling Association (ACA); CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocate for education and child welfare with abused and neglected youth, DC Superior Court, Volunteer counselor of adults - Bureau of Rehabilitation and So Others Might Eat (SOME); Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; C&P Telephone Company Full-Academic Scholarship; United States Senate Intern.

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