Board of Directors
Owner and operator of McDonald’s, Anna’D. Foods, Inc.
With an interest in technology, which was spurred by the passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996—allowing small business market entry, Harry Staley established Prime Business Solutions to build sales in local and long-distance telephone services and Internet access to small and mid-sized businesses.
Wayne Ferguson is a native of Prince George’s County Maryland. He currently attends Excelsior College in pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree. He has two children, Janelle, who attends Morgan State University; and Chester, who attends Bowie State University. He started his career at the United Parcel Service in 1988 and currently serves as a Division Manager.
Cecelia is a Procurement Analyst in the Office of the Chief Acquisition Officer at the General Services Administration (GSA), where she is responsible for writing/revising Government-wide and agency contract policy and serves as an analyst on the Civilian Agency Acquisition Council.
Ms. Ferguson has over 25 years working with non-profits in the areas of management and resource development. She worked for 18 years in various capacities with the United Way of the National Capital Area. Her most recent position was Regional Director for Prince George’s County where she raised some $2 million for area non-profits.
Sam E. Hutchinson
Sam Hutchinson has a distinguished national reputation and has had an outstanding career in federal service. He was a member of the government’s Senior Executive Service (SES) at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) from August 1994 through January 2010. During this period he was the highest-ranking African-American career executive in the Office of the General Counsel (OGC) nationwide.
Karen S. Jackson
Ms. Jackson serves on the FAME – Foundation for the Advancement of Music & Education, Board of Directors.
Arethia Toni Lewis
A. Toni Lewis is Founder and Executive Director of The Foundation for the Advancement of Music & Education, Inc. (FAME). FAME, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, was organized in June 2004 to advance the value of music, music making, and educational study and to create opportunities for youth to experience the joys of music and provide them gifts that last a lifetime.
John then joined the U .S. General Services Administration (GSA) in February 1974 where he served with the Requirements Coordination Branch in the then Automated Data and Telecommunications Service. He was promoted in August 1977 and became program manager of the GSA Teleprocessing Services Program (TSP) which was a governmentwide program for acquiring computing services and support services (now known as Cloud services) using TSP multiple award schedule contracts and basic agreements for negotiated procurements.
Reginald “Reg” Weaver
Reg Weaver is the immediate past president of the National Education Association, the largest professional association and one of the most influential educator groups in the United States. Reginald Lee Weaver was born on August 13, 1939 in Danville, Illinois to Mary Alice Buchanan and Carl Weaver. Weaver graduated from Danville High School in 1957 and earned his B.A. degree in special education for the physically challenged at Illinois State University in 1961. He received his Master’s degree from Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois in 1971. FULL BIO
Gregory K. Wells
Gregory K. Wells earned his J.D. in 1984 from the University of Maryland School of Law. His practice focuses on Plaintiff’s medical malpractice, serious personal injury and wrongful death cases, as well as commercial and business litigation. He is also a highly sought-after Mediator. Greg has been listed in Best Lawyers in America in the specialties of Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Product Liability and Professional Malpractice Law, and in both the “Maryland Lawyers” published by Baltimore Magazine and “Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers” published by Law & Politics since 2007.