2023-2024 Officers


Mrs. Ada Carter

Anne Arundel Alliance of Black School Educators

Ada Carter is a dedicated and accomplished educator with a passion for fostering academic excellence and creating inclusive learning environments. With 20 years of experience in the field, she has made a profound impact on students' lives at various educational levels. Currently serving as an elementary school principal, Ada Carter is an inspiring leader who is transforming her school into a community-focused institution.


Ada's journey in education began as a music educator, where she led competitive and highly successful high school music programs in Texas, Washington, DC, and Maryland. Her commitment to nurturing talent and fostering a love for music laid a solid foundation for her career. Recognizing her exceptional skills as an educator, she was appointed as a high school new teacher coach, where she provided valuable guidance and mentorship to new teachers, ensuring their professional growth and success.


Building on her experience, Ada took on the role of a middle school assistant principal, where she demonstrated exceptional leadership and administrative skills. Her ability to create a supportive and empowering school culture helped foster a positive learning environment for students and teachers alike.


In her current role as an elementary school principal, Ada is leading the school with dedication and vision. Recognizing the diverse needs of her students and the unique challenges faced by the community, she is working diligently to transform the school into a community school. Through partnerships and collaboration with local organizations, Ada aims to provide comprehensive support and resources for students and their families, creating an environment where every child can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.


Ada Carter's commitment to education extends beyond her school. As a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated, she actively engages in community service and advocates for educational equity. She serves as the president of the Anne Arundel Alliance of Black School Educators, where she works tirelessly to promote professional development and advocacy for Black educators in the county. Additionally, Ada holds the esteemed position of state president of the Maryland Alliance of Black School Educators, where she collaborates with educators across the state to address the unique needs of Black students and educators.


Outside of her professional endeavors, Ada finds joy and support in her family. She is a devoted wife and mother of two children, which further fuels her drive to create a nurturing and inclusive educational environment for all students.


Ada Carter's extensive experience, strong leadership skills, and unwavering dedication to education make her a dynamic and influential figure in the field of education. Her relentless pursuit of educational excellence and commitment to community engagement make her an invaluable asset to her school, her students, and the wider educational community.


Ms. Shawn McCay

Baltimore City Alliance of Black School Educators


Ms. Stacy Gray, 

Montgomery County Alliance of Black School Educators


Ms. Monica Sayers

Anne Arundel Alliance of Black School Educators, Retired