Lieutenant Rueben Rosario is a Howard Law School graduate and a thirteenyear veteran of the Montgomery County Police Department. He formerly worked as a Detective in the Drug Interdiction Unit and a Sergeant in the Rockville Detective Bureau and Special Assignment Team. He currently serves as Lieutenant in the Field Services Bureau, which oversees Traffic, Special Operation, Animal Services, Office of Public Information Divisions. Lt. Rosario frequently speaks at community engagement events regarding safety, race relations and crime. Lt. Rosario strives to build relationships in every part of our community by providing the highest quality police service possible and serving everyone who lives, works and visits Montgomery County.
Detective Amanda Coffey is a seven-year veteran of the Montgomery County Police Department. She studied Criminal Justice at Mount St. Mary’s University and was a patrol officer in the 4th District. Det. Coffey is currently assigned to the Centralized Auto The 4th Section. In addition to her current position, she is also active with Project Lifesaver, a program designed to protect and quickly locate individuals with cognitive disorders who are prone to the lifethreatening behavior of wandering. Det. Coffey strives to increase citizen participation in crime prevention and community engagement programs.
Kurt Jaeger was appointed Ambassador of Liechtenstein to the United States in 2016. From 2010 to 2016 he was Ambassador of Liechtenstein to the European Union (EU) and Belgium. He has over 25 years of professional experience in international regulatory affairs, of which 15 years were acquired in the airline industry and civil aviation administration. Prior to his ambassadorial posting in Brussels, Ambassador Jaeger was elected as one of the three members of the Board of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Surveillance Authority, in charge of monitoring and enforcing the application of EU law in the European Economic Area (EEA) by the three EFTA States: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.
Pam is the President of TechMoxie, a tech consulting and support a company that helps businesses and individuals with everyday technology, including
instruction, troubleshooting, and support. Pam is passionate about making technology accessible and understandable even to the most tech-hesitant. Pam
started TechMoxie after a legal career spanning more than 20 years as an in-house attorney specializing in compliance and risk management.
Pam is an active community volunteer, having served on the board of A Wider Circle, and is a member of metro Bethesda Rotary, the BCC Chamber of Commerce, the Montgomery County Vital Living Network and volunteers with the Montgomery County Muslim Foundation.