About Diane Polangin
Polangin has over 41 years experience
in business and business management services, and is a 50-year
resident of Prince George's County, Maryland.
was a full partner in a southern Maryland-based builder/developer
company which developed over 1,000 acres with moderately-priced
homes and two office buildings. Her responsibilities included
public relations and promotion, office management and bookkeeping,
and administration of other operational aspects of a developer's
many years, Diane was administrator of an architectural
firm where she was responsible for business development,
contract negotiation and zoning matters, financial and personnel
management as well as client relations and the development
of complex projects.
Diane is the owner/operator of TOTAL TAX SERVICE in Bowie,
Maryland. In this capacity, she provides services for businesses
and individuals, including income tax preparation and electronic
transmission of tax returns. In the off season, Diane teaches
income tax preparation.
is a Notary Public and is active in civic organizations
and clubs. She is a member of the American Institute
of Professional bookkeepers and the National Society of
Tax Professionals. Diane is also active in her church, Calvary
Baptist, and is on the Board of Trustees serving as treasurer.
She is a member of Business and Professional Women, a member
of Soroptimist International of Bowie-Crofton, and the Greater
Bowie Chamber of Commerce, Legislative Chair. She is past
president of the Business and Professional Women of Maryland.
Served as Media Chair and Education Foundation Chair for
the National Federation of Business and Professional Women,
and the CFO of the Business and Professional Women's Education
Foundation, and is National President of BPW/USA. She served on the City of Bowie's Community
Outreach Committee as Secretary, served as a mentor for
S.O.C.S. (SomeOne CareS), a program for young women from
Bowie High School. She was Chairwoman and mentor for the
Huntington Community Center's Choices and Challenges Program,
which provided developmental guidance for youth ages 6-17.
has received awards from the city, county, and state
government and from several national organizations for her
community service and her national advocacy of women's issues,
such as domestic violence and equal pay for equal work.
As a recognized spokesperson, Diane has been an invited
guest both in Annapolis and at the White House.