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Prince George’s County Supplier Diversity Deputy Executive Director Sharon Jackson Receives Community Service Award

For Immediate Release:
April 26, 2013

For more information:
Monica Biscoe, Communications Specialist
Prince George’s County EDC
301-583-4622

 

Prince George’s County Supplier Diversity Deputy Executive Director Sharon Jackson Receives Community Service Award

 

LINTHICUM, MD – Prince George’s County Supplier Development & Diversity Division (SDDD) Deputy Executive Director Sharon Moore Jackson recently received ‘The Distinguished Community Service Award’ at WETATi Wood 2013, the 2nd Annual International Women’s Conference & Celebration, by Women Empowered to Achieve the Impossible (WETATi).

“I am honored to support Sharon Jackson.  She has a proven track record and is a seasoned and respected professional in Supplier Diversity in the State of Maryland and within our great County,” said Roland Jones, Executive Director, Prince George’s County Supplier Development & Diversity Division.  “A true advocate for small and minority businesses, she has already received numerous awards and citations for her commitment and dedicated service and is always ready to serve.” 

Jackson is the newest addition to the Supplier Development & Diversity Division.  From 2007 to 2013, she served as the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Compliance and Outreach Manager for the State of Maryland Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs (GOMA), where she managed and led the O’Malley-Brown Administration’s premier outreach initiative, MBE University, first launched in Prince George’s County in 2009.  

Jackson was the Minority Business Coordinator for Prince George’s County Public Schools (2004-2007) and the Minority Business Administrator for the State of Maryland’s Department of Human Resources (2000-2004), where she implemented strategic alliances and leveraged resources for maximum MBE utilization.

 

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