• The Fort Meade Alliance was awarded a grant from Growth Sector and The Able Foundation to support the establishment of the STEM Core Bridges program. This partnership brought nearly 50 students from Digital Harbor and Forest Park High Schools to an intensive STEM bootcamp hosted by Baltimore City Community College. The students who complete the bootcamp moved on to college level math courses at their respective schools during their senior year. The FMA sponsored member speakers and secured Lockheed Martin to provide a summer engineering project.
  • Fort Meade Alliance and the Fort Meade Alliance reach their goal of $3.6 million dollars raised to renovate Kuhn Hall to establish the Fort Meade Education and Resiliency Center.


  • The Fort Meade Alliance was awarded a grant from the Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corp. to provide business engagement to employers looking to hire veterans in Maryland through the Military Corp Connect (MC3) program.


  • The Fort Meade Alliance was awarded a grant from Anne Arundel County Public Schools to assist in the development of the Tapestry Program. This program is a DODEA funded initiative to provide professional development for teachers to better help them understand the needs of military children in their classrooms.
  • Supported the development of curriculum for the Homeland Security Signature Program at Meade High School.
  • Conducted Education Forums and produced widely acclaimed white papers that identify gaps and the actions to address these gaps in education and workforce needs.


  • The Fort Meade Alliance won an Award of Excellence for its 2014 Annual Report from the annual Apex Awards for Publication Excellence, an annual competition for corporate and nonprofit publishers, editors and designers.


  • The Fort Meade Alliance was recognized by the U.S. Department of Defense for its efforts in supporting the successful Healthy Base Initiative pilot program at Fort George G. Meade.
  • The Fort Meade Alliance was recognized by the U.S. Army as a model community organization. U.S. Army officials interviewed the FMA to determine best practices for other groups to emulate.


  • The Fort Meade Alliance celebrated its 10-year anniversary.
  • The Fort Meade Alliance was awarded a Certificate of Achievement by the U.S. Army in recognition for its generous contributions to the Fort Meade Spouse Appreciation Day event.


  • Partnered with Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation to bring Project SCOPE to more than 500 Maryland displaced workers, providing detailed education and dispelled myths about the security clearance process.


  • The Fort Meade Alliance Education and Workforce Development Committee received a Certificate of Appreciation for its valuable STEM mentoring contributions to Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
  • The Fort Meade Alliance was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation for its outstanding support of the 28th Annual National Night Out, presented by the Fort Meade Directorate of Emergency Services and Picerne Military Housing.
  • The Fort Meade Alliance and the U.S. Army Garrison at Fort George G. Meade earned the 2010 Secretary of Army Quality of Life Partnership Award presented to new or exciting partnerships that have improved soldier or family quality of life programs for partnering with local businesses and organizations including USO of Metropolitan Washington to entirely furnish and outfit a new Soldier and Family Assistance Center.
  • Organized and managed Destination Fort Meade Relocation Fairs for DISA, DMA, DoD Adjudications BRAC-affected staff in 2010 and 2011


  • The Fort Meade Alliance received the Commander’s Certificate of Excellence for its donation to the Soldier and Family Assistance Center at Fort Meade.
  • The Fort Meade Alliance was honored with a citation from Gov. Martin O’Malley on behalf of the Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs (GOMA) for its partnership with GOMA on the Fort Meade Regional Small and Minority Business Government Contracting IT Forum held in May 2010.
  • Led the community fundraising effort that raised $135,000 to outfit the new Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) for the FGGM Wounded Warriors Transition Unit. Supplied Wounded Warriors with monthly snacks for the soldier waiting areas at the SFAC.