Please Welcome Charles Lollar, Maryland State Director
ANNAPOLIS- Grassroots free-market group Americans for Prosperity (AFP) is pleased to welcome aboard Charles Lollar, Newburg resident, and Marine Corp Officer, as the new Maryland state director.
Charles has stood alongside Americans fighting for free market ideas right here in the Maryland Free State, and hes stood alongside American soldiers overseas serving in the US Marine Corp, said Tim Phillips, president of Americans for Prosperity. Were proud to welcome him as the leader of AFPs Maryland state chapter.
Lollars military background is impressive. He served on active duty in Kosovo, attended Officer Candidate School and earned several medals and decorations, including Kosovo Campaign Medal, Navy Unit Commendation, Combat Action Ribbon, and Joint Meritorious Unit Award. Presently, Charles serves as a Major in the Marine Corps Reserves as an intelligence officer.
Additionally, he earned an AA degree from Emory University, a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Kennesaw University, and an MBA from Regent University. Professionally, he was General Manager for Cintas where he oversaw 170 employees and a $23 million sales budget, leaving him well equipped with the necessary business skills of balancing a budget and generating profit.
Maryland has the potential to be one of the most economically competitive states in the country, said Lollar. The Maryland chapter of Americans for Prosperity is ready to work with its members to urge the governor and legislature to rein in wasteful spending and get a hold of the states unsustainable budget.
Lollar has been active in numerous community organizations. He served on the Executive Board of Directors for the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the DC Chamber of Commerce. He is a graduate of Leadership Maryland and Leadership Prince Georges County. ‘
He served as the Chairman of the Maryland Taxpayers Commission, fighting to protect the interests of Maryland taxpayers. Lollar currently lives in Charles County with his wife, Rosha, and their four children.