7 Named to FAC in Prince George's County

6/26/2012, 11:24 a.m.

Kimmey Doney is Vice President of Wells Fargo Bank and has 15 years of professional banking experience with Wells Fargo. This includes the role of Financial Advisor managing an investment portfolio valued at $25 million, a Financial Sales Leader for Prince George's County area with responsibilities over a banking portfolio valued at $440 Million and a District Manager of the Prince George's Community Banking Market with responsibilities over 8 branches and 100 employees. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Prince George's Financial Service Corporation Bankers' Task Force.

Mia N. Pittman has over 20 years of experience in banking and finance. She currently works with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as a bank examiner with expertise in commercial loan review. Prior to FDIC, Ms. Pittman worked for BB&T as a commercial lender covering Prince George's County, MD. She has been an instructor at a community college in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania where she taught the inaugural classes of a well-regarded small business program for women.

Timothy Sanders is currently President, Capital Lending and Mortgage Group, a Capital Funding Group affiliated organization. Mr. Sanders joined Capital Funding Group (CFG) in October 2008, where he is responsible for managing the operations of the bridge loan business, Capital Lending and Mortgage Group. In addition, he currently oversees Capital Spend Management, a supply chain management company owned by CFG.

Dion W. Smith is a career banker with over 30 years of experience in the suburban Maryland market. He is currently a Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer with Old Line Bank located in Bowie, MD., where he is primarily responsible for business development and portfolio management. Prior to joining Old Line Bank in 2003, Mr. Smith held commercial loan officer positions with local banks in Montgomery and Anne Arundel Counties.

Maurice C. Taylor is Vice President for University Operations at Morgan State University in Baltimore. In addition to his responsibilities at Morgan, Dr. Taylor has served as a member of several task forces and work groups for the Maryland Higher Education Commission. Prior to moving to Bowie, he served for six years as the Chair of the Baltimore County Human Relations Commission.