Wells Named 2012 CFC Leadership Chair
BALTIMORE - CBACFC and the Baltimore FEB are pleased to announce that Reginald F. Wells, Ph.D. has been named the 2012 CFC Leadership Chair.
Dr. Wells is the Deputy Commissioner for Human Resources at the Social Security Administration and also the current Chair of the Baltimore Federal Executive Board. As the 2012 CFC Leadership Chair, Dr. Wells provides the leadership voice of the campaign by speaking at some Federal agency and special campaign-wide events, encouraging Federal agency leaders to provide visible support to the campaign, and inspiring all Federal employees in our area to consider the benefits of giving through the CFC.
“Each and every day Federal employees work extremely hard to improve the lives of people in need," said Dr. Wells. "The generous spirit that fuels our service ethic does not end with the execution of our government jobs. Charitable giving through the CFC enables us to go beyond our agency’s mission to do more by supporting worthy causes and making a difference in the lives of others.”
Dr. Wells becomes part of a proud tradition of Federal leadership of the CBACFC. Federal leaders who have held this position in the past include Lieutenant Colonel H. W. Hugh Darville, Former Deputy Commander and Deputy District Engineer of the Baltimore District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Colonel Kenneth McCreedy - Former Installation Commander, Ft. George G. Meade; Mrs. Felicia Cannon - Clerk, U.S. District Court of Maryland; Mr. Dennis Smith - Director, VA Maryland Health Care System; and Captain Brian Kelley - Former Commanding Officer, US Coast Guard - Sector Baltimore, to name a few.