Elliott Martin Reed I
Elliott Martin Reed I is the father of two TAG students, with whom he spent three at-home years. He earned his Master of Public Management at the University of Maryland. He is a founding board member of the STEM mentorship program, “Kids Excelling in Math and Science” (KEMS) at Hyattsville Middle School. He has studied and implemented disruptive microeconomic guerrilla marketing and incentive strategies to lobby for social justice and community empowerment.
Elliott placed fifty jobseekers in under three months during his time at the County’s Workforce Development Office. Certified in Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma, he earned graduate Project Management certificates from George Washington University, as well as Towson University. He also spends time locally on Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, service projects.
As an HHS contract program manager, Elliott managed a 25-person, ten region staff who were formally cited for excellence by President Obama. After he received a Commissioner’s Award, the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Food Safety and Nutrition placed him as National Security and Emergency Preparedness Fellow in the Office of Crisis Management.
Named one of the “Top 25 Most Influential Cornellians,” Elliott graduated with a BS from Cornell University with a formal concentration in Law and Society. A Prince George’s County native, he wrestled and tennis played varsity for Central High School in Capitol Heights. As a Roman Catholic, he works with his local parish. He is a pianist, self-taught server and web administrator, cook, mechanic, handyman, and Eagle Scout.