Talbot County Council candidate Keasha Haythe, a Talbot County native and Easton resident, could be the first female African-American on the county council, She is running on a platform of education, business and economic development, and environment.
A graduate of Easton High School with an associate degree in business administration from Chesapeake College and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Arizona State University, she has served on local and state boards and commissions and is currently a small business development director for the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation.
Haythe and her husband Marcus live in Easton. They have three children, Marcus Jr., who has served in the U.S. Army, and Miniah and Isaiah.
She will be holding listening sessions throughout the county to hear concerns, ideas and discuss her agenda. For more information visit Keasha4Talbot.com