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Zeborah Anita English, American public affairs specialist. Recipient 20 Year Scv. award Washington council Girl Scouts United States, 1981, International Training in Communication, Fiction Writers' regional award, 199l, Poetry regional award, 1993; named Outstanding Young Woman American, 1982, 85, 86.


English, Zeborah Anita was born on July 14, 1951 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Zebedee English and Barbara Ann (Stevenson) English Brown.


Associate of Arts, Prince George's Community College, Largo, Maryland, 1974. Bachelor, University Maryland, 1978.


Air traffic controller Federal Aviation Administration, Jamaica, New York, 1974-1980. With United States Department Transportation, Washington, since 1980, special projects coordinator, since 1984. President Zebb & Associates, Marlboro, Maryland, since 1984.

Consultant in field; member consumer advisory board Giant Food, Inc., 1991-1993, corporation board directors, since 1993. Member advisory board Metropolitan Washington Women's Yellow Pages, 1986-1990.


Organization advisor National Organization Black Elected Legislation Women, 1984-1985. Commissioner advisory committee Prince George's County Juvenile Court, 1985-1990. Founder, chairman Elizabeth J. Miller Memorial Scholarship.

Public relations officer Martin Luther King Junior Federal Holiday Commission, 1987-1988. Executive vice president, trustee Capitol Ballet Company, since 1989. Member National Association of Female Executives, National Chamber of Commerce for Women (charter), Federally Employed Women (charter, president 1984-1991), Executive Club, Business and Professional Women Club, Capital Press Club.