Gwen McCall became a private consultant on May 2, 2015 contracting directly with Prince George’s County on Major initiatives to include: Storm Water Management, MGM, Business Development for major developers and the Counties Branding Campaign.
The Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation’s Board of Directors appointed Gwen S. McCall President and CEO of the EDC in September 2011.
Ms. McCall had previously served as Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker’s Chief of Staff. Mr. Baker chose McCall to head the Economic Development Corporation, citing economic development as one of the major initiatives of his Administration.
Ms. McCall has more than 20 years of experience in government and the private sector. Before joining the Baker Administration, she served as Director of Operations in the Office of Planning for the District of Columbia, where her duties included: executive level networking; agency cabinet meeting liaison, overall logistics; Risk Management; HR, budget development and day to day administrative management.
Previously, Ms. McCall was Business Development Director for F&L Construction, Inc., responsibilities included creating the companies corporate structure that resulted in over 100 million in contracts and managing day-to-day operations, including planning and managing a payroll budget and ensuring compliance with applicable federal laws. Prior to that, she was Area Operations Manager for American Radiology Services, working with developers and architects to design a state-of-the-art diagnostic facility, and managing more than 150 employees in three medical imaging facilities and meeting revenue projections annually. She also served as Center Administrator for HealthSouth Corporation, in charge of overall operations and business growth.
Ms. McCall is holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Benedict College in South Carolina and is a certified public manager. She’s a member of the Metropolitan DC Chapter of the Links incorporated and a member of the Bowie Marc Station board.