LARGO, MD – Prince George’s County Supplier Development & Diversity Division (SDDD) Deputy Executive Director Sharon Moore Jackson was selected as one of the “25 Influential Women In Business-Making a Difference” by MEA Magazine.
“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 will be recognized in the company of other distinguished and accomplished women from around the world at MEA Magazine’s 12th annual awards luncheon, “25 Influential Women In Business-Making a Difference” on Wednesday, October 2, 2013 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The luncheon, with the theme: “Leading the Way,” at the Mayflower Hotel, located at 1127 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20036.
With an expected 350 to be in attendance, the luncheon will provide an opportunity to network with local, national and regional government officials and corporate executives; international and Fortune 500 business owners; members of the media and political and community leaders. Industry representation will include manufacturing, import/export companies, IT, cyber security, healthcare, telecommunications, construction, finance and investments, and education.