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Mamye BaCote's Biography
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Mamye E. BaCote
Husband: Theodore; 3 Children: Theodore III, Derek, Marlon
MA, Hampton Institute, 1967
AB, Virginia Union University, 1960
Delegate, Commonwealth of Virginia House of Delegates, 2003-2016
Member, Newport News City Council, 1996-2003
Member, Virginia Commission on Youth, present
Vice Chair, Peninsula Airport Commission, 2002-2003
Adjunct Professor, Political Science, Hampton University, 1992-present
Professor, Political Science, Hampton University, 1994-2007
Teacher, Newport News Public Schools, 1962-1994
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Board Member, Peninsula Habitat for Humanity, 2005-present
Board Member, Newport News Public Art Foundation, 2003-present
Life Member, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, 1957-present
Member, Advisory Board, Wachovia Bank, present
Member, Boys and Girls Club, present
Former Vice Chair, Hampton Roads Regional Jail Authority
Member, Human Development and Education, present
Member, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), present
Member, National Council of Negro Women, present
Member, Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, present
Member, The Links, Incorporated, Newport News Chapter, present
Member, Job Education Training Corps, 2007
Board Member, Project Discovery of Virginia, 2007
Member, Virginia State School/Deaf and Blind Advisory Council, 2005
Vice Chair, Hampton Roads Regional Jail Authority, 2002-2003
Member, National League of Cities Constituency Group, 1996-2003
Member, Virginia Municipal League, 1996-2003
President, Women in Municipal Government, 2002-2003
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