(BALTIMORE – October 31, 2018) – The National Black Wall Street Summit is set for next Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Greater Baltimore Urban Leaguelocated at 512 Orchard Street in Baltimore. RSVP to https://nationalblackwallstreetsummit.eventbrite.com.
The event will feature panel discussions, a keynote address by the Honorable Kweisi Mfume and the coveted Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards. Honorees include Baltimore County Executive Donald I. Mohler, III.
Who is County Executive Don Mohler?
A lifelong resident of Catonsville, Mohler was elected Baltimore County Executive by the County Council May 24, 2018 to complete the term of County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, who died suddenly on May 10, 2018.
Upholding Kamenetz’s Vision
Upon his election, Mohler pledged to continue County Executive Kamenetz’s initiatives: giving children an education that prepares them for success, including the $1.3 billion Schools for Our Future investment to modernize County school buildings; creating jobs and economic opportunities; keeping our communities safe and healthy; maintaining our public infrastructure, and enriching our quality of life.
Mohler served as Chief of Staff to two Baltimore County Executives following more than 30 years in Baltimore County Public Schools as Assistant Superintendent, Supervisor, Principal and Teacher.
Mohler was Chief of Staff to Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz from 2010 until May 2018. He previously served as Acting Chief of Staff and Communications Director to County Executive Jim Smith.
His career with Baltimore County Public Schools includes Executive Director of Student Services, Northeast Area Superintendent, and Assistant Superintendent for Communications and Special Projects.
Students, teachers and staff know him best as Principal of Catonsville High School and Sparrows Point Middle School, Assistant Principal and Guidance Chairman at Dundalk High School, Guidance Counselor and Social Studies Teacher at Lansdowne High School, and Social Studies Teacher at St. Mark’s School.
Donald I. Mohler III earned a Doctor of Education from Nova Southeastern University, Master of Education from Loyola College, and Master of Liberal Arts and Bachelor of Arts degrees from McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College).
Mohler is the father of two and grandfather of seven. He is a proud resident of Catonsville, where he lives with his wife Linda.