Green Becomes Prince George’s County’s First Female Fire Chief
The Prince George’s County Council unanimously approved the appointment of Tiffany D. Green as Prince George’s County’s 13th Fire Chief, and the first woman to serve in the position during Council session on Tuesday, February 4, 2020.
Prince George’s County Council Chair Todd M. Turner (D) – District 4, says Chief Green’s historical appointment is hard-earned and well deserved.
“Chief Green is a consummate public servant who has dedicated herself to improving the communities of Prince George’s County through her work with the Fire Department. With a fire service career spanning over 25 years, she is uniquely qualified to serve in this capacity and the Council looks forward to working with her to move Prince George’s County forward.”
Chief Green, who previously served as Acting Fire Chief, has over 25 years of fire and emergency services, homeland security and emergency management experience. She has served as Deputy Fire Chief, Administrative Services Command; Fire/Emergency Management Services (EMS) Training Academy Director; Executive Assistant to the Public Safety Director; career firefighter; and volunteer firefighter.