LEADERSHIP &
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

Forty UNDER 40 Prince George’s identifies the County’s top talent and provides a ready pipeline for non-profit board service.



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EDUCATION


The PGCSIF ‘2 to 6 Initiative’ seeks to create a more direct qualitative link between public school standards and out-of-school time, through after school enrichment (2 PM to 6 PM) for improved educational outcomes.


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ADVOCACY


We advocate for non-profit board pipeline development, increased philanthropy in Prince George’s County, employment and contracting residency preferences, after school enrichment, efficient use of public assets.

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SOCIAL
ENTREPRENEURSHIP

PGCSIF maintains a keen interest in and advocates on behalf of business models that support triple bottom-line efforts – people, planet, and profit.



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John Anderson III 27 | Public Service, Glenn Dale
Saran T. Baker 39 | Public Service, District Heights
Erica Shauntelle Bannerman 39 | Science & Engineering, Cheverly
Lavinia Baxter 36 | Public Service, Temple Hills
Christian Benjamin 32 | Public Service, Riverdale
Wala Blegay 30 | Public Service, Largo
Natasha Brown 33 | Business, Bowie
Antwan Burks 34 | Science & Engineering, Upper Marlboro
Reuben A. Burrows 30 | Education, Upper Marlboro
Dr. Rashida Cohen 38 | Health & Fitness, Greenbelt
Brittney Drakeford 27 | Public Service, Cottage City
Chidinma Dureke 25 | Arts & Humanities Riverdale
Mahasin El-Amin X | Public Service, Clinton
Brittany Gay 27 | Science & Engineering, Mitchellville
Eunique Gibson 31 | Arts & Humanities, Largo

Treda Grayson 37 | Science & Engineering, Bowie
Dr. Rodney Harrell 36 | Public Service, Largo
Jaunese L. Harris 37 | Science & Engineering, Fort Washington
Candace B. Hollingsworth 33 | Public Service, Hyattsville
Taylor Johnson 23 | Arts & Humanities, Riverdale
Rushane M. Jones 36 | Business, Bowie
Kira Calm Lewis 38 | Public Service, Springdale
Dr. Leelannee Malin 37 | Business, Fort Washington
Teisha Marie McKie 33 | Arts & Humanities, Fort Washington
Shakisha A. O'Connor 29 | Public Service Lanham
Shalita O'Neale 32 | Business Largo
Dr. Robert Patterson 32 | Education Landover
Jay Perry 33 | Business Brandywine
Shameeka Price 37 | Public Service Bowie
Holli Rice 35 | Business District Heights
Latisha Roberson 33 | Business Bowie
Maurice Simpson 25 | Public Service Landover
Melanie Terry 38 | Business Upper Marlboro
Blair Todd 36 | Education Upper Marlboro
Councilwoman Karen Toles 37 | Public Service Upper Marlboro
Rae Wallace 27 | Health & Fitness Hyattsville
Ellis Watson 34 | Public Service Bowie
Shauntia D. White 29 | Education Hyattsville
Kita Williams 39 | Arts & Humanities Landover
Rahsheim Wright 36 | Public Service Suitland

FEATURED VIDEO


The Prince George’s County Social Innovation Fund recognized its Forty UNDER 40 Prince George’s 2014 cohort to a standing room only crowd at The Sunset Room, National Harbor, Maryland. The Mistress of Ceremony for the evening was NBC4’s Prince George’s County Bureau Chief, Tracee Wilkins.

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ABOUT PGCSIF

Our work is based on a fundamental belief that through innovative solutions, alignment across and within sectors, and a keen focus on results, Prince George’s County can quickly shift course on a broad number of issues facing its most vulnerable populations. PGCSIF’s vision is to continuously identify appropriate models that support the County’s infrastructure across public, private, religious, and non-profit sectors for improved quality of life. Our expectation is that by identifying best and innovative practice, supporting the local infrastructure, and aligning outcomes, we can bridge these gaps and quickly increase impact.

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