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Seven financial experts named to help vet Prince George’s economic development applications

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III (D) on Friday announced the seven members of a new panel to help the county vet applicants for its $50 million economic development fund.

The committee is responsible for helping screen loan applicants and providing credit guidance to Brad Seamon, the county’s chief administrative officer.

Committee members are:

Rochelle S. Andrews of Upper Marlboro, a management consultant;

Earl W. Checkley of Upper Marlboro, a controller for Deloitte Consulting’s Federal Government Services Practices;

Kimmey Doney of Upper Marlboro, a Wells Fargo vice president;

Mia N. Pittman of Landover Hills, a bank examiner for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation;

Timothy Sanders of Bowie, president of Capital Lending and Mortgage Group;

Dion W. Smith of Cheltenham, a vice president and commercial loan officer for Old Line Bank; and

Maurice C. Taylor of Bowie, Vice President for University Operations at Morgan State University in Baltimore.

Andrews, Pittman and Smith were recommended by the County Council; Checkley, Doney, Sanders and Taylor were recommended by Baker.



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