The Center’s board of directors recently added two new members to its team of respected leaders in our region.

Victor Valentine

Victor serves as the executive director of National Assembly Business Services, Inc. (NABS), a for-profit subsidiary of National Assembly. NABS operates PurchasingPoint®, a discount group purchasing program that leverages $45 billion in annual purchasing. Nabs has saved nonprofits an estimated $198 million for mission-related activities since 2004.

Victor’s professional career includes founder and CEO of Nfrastruct, LLC, a nonprofit capacity-building consultancy, and leadership positions with the Maryland Philanthropy Network, the New York City Urban League, the United Way of New York City, the Baltimore Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, and the Maryland General Assembly.

Victor is a graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park and Wilmington University where he earned his BA in Political Science and MA in Public Administration respectively. He is also an alumnus of the American Express Leadership Academy for Nonprofit Leaders.


LaJuana Warren

LaJuana is the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Guest Services and the Founder of Tapestry Solutions for Inclusion, a diversity consulting firm. Her team at the consulting firm helps clients with training, assessments, focus groups, strategy development and coaching.

LaJuana is a frequent guest speaker at Society for Human Resource Management conferences, has consulted with two leading DEI firms that work with fortune 500 organizations, and was the DEI manager for State Personnel for the State of Indiana. She is a qualified administrator of Intercultural Development Inventory, which measures cultural competencies, as well as a member of the International Coaching Federation. LaJuana completed her coach training with Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching and her diversity certification through University of South Florida. She holds her Masters in HR and her PHR. LaJuana is a mom of two wonderful young men and one fur baby.

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