Judge Carrington has never been the type of person to stand on the “side lines.” She is a hard worker who has dedicated her life to constantly improving her community. She visited Charles County and fell in love with the beauty and spirit of the county. She has lived here for over seven years and during that time she has been committed to serving her faith and secular communities.
Judge Carrington works in the Kitchen Ministry with adults and children at her church. Every Sunday you can find Judge Carrington either baking or assisting in the baking of approximately two thousand cookies for Church attendees. This ministry has helped Judge Carrington instill her love of service and cooking into the next generation. She has spoken in numerous churches in Southern Maryland on the topics of human trafficking, domestic violence, and the pitfalls of social media. Judge Carrington has received numerous awards from various churches in Southern Maryland recognizing her for her commitment to her faith and service to others.
Through her active participation in her sorority, Nu Zeta Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated she is helping to improve and maintain the beauty of Charles County. She is the co chair of a committee entrusted with cleaning up debris off the roads here in Charles County. Judge Carrington also re-paints playground equipment so that children will want to come out and play on the playground equipment. Most recently the Town of Indian Head, awarded her and her sorority an award for their hardwork and dedication in improving a garden and playground within the town of Indianhead.
In addition, Judge Carrington has volunteered for years at several public schools in the county. Judge Carrington has spoken in Charles County schools and churches on the topics of child abuse, human trafficking, domestic violence, and the pitfalls of social media. Most recently, she has volunteered at a Middle School College day. During the event Judge Carrington talked to the students about the importance of education, attending college, and preparing for life after High School.