Title: President & Chief Executive Officer
Company: Southern Maryland Minority Chamber of Commerce
Location: Waldorf, Maryland, United States
Pamela U. Minor, President and Chief Executive Officer at Southern Maryland Minority Chamber of Commerce, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business administration.
With more than 30 years of experience to her credit, Ms. Minor has excelled as the president and chief executive officer for the Southern Maryland Minority Chamber of Commerce since 2022. She is additionally active as a counselor to small businesses and a procurement specialist at the Maryland Procurement Technical Assistance Center since 2017, a counselor for the Veteran Administration Center for Verification and Evaluation in conjunction with Pam Minor Consults since 2019 , the chief operating officer for Definitive Plumbing & Heating since 2019 and a social media business strategist with PGC Consultant since 2013. Furthermore, Ms. Minor has held a number of positions with the Southern Maryland Minority Chamber of Commerce, Pam Minor Consults, Infotek International, Inc., Lockheed Martin, Sybase, Oracle and Digital Equipment Corporation between 1979 and 2022.
Before embarking on her professional path, Ms. Minor pursued an education at Towson University, from which she earned a Bachelor of Science in mass communications in 1977. She subsequently graduated from the University of Maryland Global Campus with a Bachelor of Science in computer science in 1983. Ms. Minor eventually obtained her executive management certification from the University of Virginia Darden School of Business as well as a Lean Six Sigma certification from Villanova University.
In light of her exceptional undertakings, Ms. Minor has accrued several accolades throughout her impressive career. She has been notably presented with a number of grants throughout her career, including from the Southern Maryland Minority Chamber of Commerce, and accrued a patent for an “Integrated Smart Hazard Assessment and Response Planning System and Method for A Vessel.” Ms. Minor was likewise recognized with several project awards, including one for her work on NAVAIR.
Ms. Minor attributes her success to her professional passion and her desire to help small businesses succeed. Initially intending on becoming an attorney, she is incredibly proud to have contributed to systems that came to fruition during her tenure with Lockheed Martin, working on the Damage Control System on the ZUMWALT, and team from her company Infotek International, Inc. on the GAMMA system for the Gerald Ford aircraft carrier which she helped to develop, as well as her efforts with the DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program Office where he help over 400 minority interns get much needed experience on supper computers. In the coming years, Ms. Minor hopes to continue supporting small business as the President/CEO of the Southern Maryland Minority Chamber of Commerce.
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