Education

Business Type:
President/CEO:
Bryant Parker

CCMBA’s Mission…

Educate, assist, and develop its members;
Provide training and education opportunities;
Act as a liaison to local, state & federal policymakers;
Recommend programs and services that increase the County’s business tax base
Provide opportunities to market and expand one’s business

The Goals of the organization are…

To promote a better understanding of our private enterprise system.
To create minority business opportunities in the residential consumer market, private sector, and with local, state and federal government agencies.
To act as an advocate for minority business and coordinate the efforts of commerce and industry to maintain and strengthen a sound healthy climate in Calvert County and Southern Maryland.
To act as liaison to local, state and federal policy makers and provide the Calvert County minority business owner’s business perspective in the legislative decision-making process.
To conduct regular educational seminars and workshops for members. Topics range from financial planning, marketing and business management.
To provide the means for effective networking sessions as well as member presentations that promote and highlight their business.

President/CEO:
President

Rhonda Thomas

Website Address:
Business Phone Number:
410.535.1803 | 301.509.3872
Minority Status:
African American, Women
Stella’s Girls Incorporated
President/CEO:
Kaprece James

Stella’s Girls Maryland provides mentoring, coding programs, workshops, and an annual youth conference for the young people of Maryland. Stella’s Girls believes that training girls in low-income communities on the importance of STEAM will encourage more females to take an active interest in becoming STEAM professionals.

We seek to ensure that all women and girls, aged 12-30 years, have access to adequate and affordable education. We empower the young women who we work with to value their entire selves and to appreciate the gifts they bring to the world. We work with them in discovering and developing their inherent strengths, as leaders and as females. We look toward the future as these young women and the volunteers that work with them become those leaders. These young women continuously teach friends, families, and members of their communities what they have learned. They educate other women on how to feel worthy and become advocates for other girls and women. They become leaders.

It is here that girls learn to value their entire selves, discover and develop their natural strengths, and get the support they need to overcome the challenges they face. Stella’s Girls programs are provided to girls living in vulnerable populations across Africa, programs for girls in Maryland, and free mentors and tutors for youth around the country.

Business Phone Number:
(912) 596-7937
Minority Status:
African American, Women