Sean Stinnett Named New MBE/WBE Deputy Dir. & Baltimore Main Streets Dir.

(BALTIMORE – January 14, 2021) – Helping people gain access to opportunities is at the core of both his personal and professional life.  Baltimore City native Sean A. Stinnett has been named the new Deputy Director, Mayor’s Office of Minority and Women-Owned Businesses & Director of Baltimore Main Streets.

For the past 10 years, Sean has held several leadership positions at the Maryland Department of General Services (DGS).  His career with DGS began serving as Special Assistant with the Office of the Secretary for several years and then promoted to PRG (Procurement Review Group) Administrator for the Office of Business Programs.  There he assisted in maximizing small, minority, and veteran-owned businesses participation in State contracts.  In 2019, Sean was promoted to serve as Federal Surplus Program Administrator for the Business Enterprise Administration at DGS and there he enabled certain non-federal organizations such as local jurisdictions (State, City, County, Towns and Villages) and non-profit organizations to obtain surplus property from the Federal government.

Sean was raised to appreciate public service and value hard work.  He’s demonstrated compassion and concern for those in need which has grown into a commitment of working for the common good.  He has been an active resident in Northwest Baltimore City and is no stranger to working in the community.  Sean has almost 30 years of experience serving in several community service capacities throughout the City.  He is currently President of the West Arlington Improvement Association, President of the Northwestern District Community Relations Council (CRC) and lead facilitator of Baltimore Clean Streets-NW.