Angela Washington is a National Business Development Specialist in the Office of National Director (OND) for the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA). She joined MBDA in January 1999.
Washington is an experienced government executive with a proven background in helping minority businesses gain access to capital, financing, and federal contracts. She is a proactive team leader who excels in assisting federal agencies meet their procurement goals, by incorporating highly capable firms into various acquisition programs. She is an excellent communicator with first-hand operational experience as identifying over $50 billion public and private sector contract opportunities for minority business enterprises.
Washington has over eighteen years of experience in the federal government, where she started in 1996 through an internship program and has since served through four presidential administrations. She has held various program level positions in several agencies such as the Office of Personnel Management, the Department of Agriculture, and the Department of Commerce. Washington studied at the University of Maryland, majoring in Business Information Systems. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Women and serves as a Project Director for the non-profit Travels 4 Luv, where she mentors at risk youth and educates them on the benefits of entrepreneurship.