In Prince George’s County, Va. a non-profit roundtable of about 30 chief executives for business advocacy recently celebrated its 10 year anniversary, the Washington Post reports.
Miranda S. Spivack writes that the Greater Prince George’s Business Roundtable celebrated the event May 15 at a luncheon at the Sunset Room by Wolfgang Puck at the National Harbor in Washington DC.
Jim Estepp, Roundtable president and CEO, said the council is collaborating with County Executive Rushern L. Baker III to ensure that the organization can make a difference in the county.
Under Estepp’s management, the organization also launched the Andrews Business & Community Alliance, a group that supports the Joint Base Andrews, Naval Air Facility Washington.
Estepp said the organization will focus on the next round of the Pentagon’s base realignments and closures and the expansion of the ABCA.
The Post reports that the roundtable’s 30 CEOs represent over 60,000 employees and the organization has an annual budget of $200,000.