COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT FOR BLACK & LATINOS
Chair, Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce
Debra Keller-Greene is the recipient of three Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise awards and other honors. Debra Keller-Greene, CEO of KPS provides staffing, training, and management support to businesses, nonprofits, and governments. KPS landed its first government five-year contract in 2003. It has since provided human resource and management support to numerous city and state agencies as a certified MBE, as well as Debra’s devotion to small, minority, and women-ow ned business development led her to serve as board chair of the Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce. She also is a board member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Debra holds a Bachelors’ Degree in Business Administration from Notre Dame of Maryl and University and Entrepreneurial Training from SBA Streetwise MBA, Boston University Entrepreneurial Management Institute. She is also a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program in Baltimore, the Inner City Capital Connections Program for scaling small businesses, and Baltimore City Growth by Design Construction Training Program for Small, Minority & Women Owned businesses pursuing opportunities in the utility construction trades with the City of Baltimore.
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