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Member Profile: Quelina M. Jordan
After spending a lot of time in Washington DC and some in Ghana Quelina Jordan has moved back to the Cleveland area and brought her business skills with her.
Quelina earned an MBA in Management of Global Information Technology from American University in 1998 and a BS in Mathematics from Central State University (OH) in 1993. She is a member of the National Black MBA Association, National Black Data Processing Associates, and has served on the board of directors for the National Technical Association. Her aspirations and commitment to building wealth and personal development have been the key drivers of her success.
Quelina served in a number of positions in the federal government. She was a program analyst with the US Department of Energy. While working for the U.S. Department of State, she held staff assignments in the Office of the Chief Information Officer, served as an account liaison for embassies in the Western Hemisphere, developed an Intranet site, and provided systems administration and computer help-desk support in Accra, Ghana. Additional federal work included managing international content for the International Trade Administration U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service web site (www.usatrade.gov).
Today Quelina applies her managerial skills and technical expertise as president of Centralian Consulting Services. She is on a mission to aid small businesses and organizations in the adoption of information technology. Quelina has worked as a consultant since in September 1997 and assists companies in making the necessary transitions to the Internet and achieving their respective missions and business goals. She provides Internet/Intranet design, hosting, maintenance, strategic planning, and training services. Clients include governmental agencies, local and national not-for-profit organizations, online information services firms, and other management/ technology businesses.
Centralian Consulting Services
DC - 202.297.9828
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