Wendell McClellan

Washington DC Ambassador
May 4, 2015

Name:  Wendall McClellan

Hometown: Beltsville

E-mail Address:  wendall.mcclellan@netzero.net  

Business Position:  Telecommunications Engineer

Business Name:  Verizon 

Civilian Education:  Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification, Program Management Institute; Master’s Certificate- Project Management, George Washington University; Bachelor of Arts Degree- Economics, Norfolk State University; Associate of Arts Degree- Information Systems, Reynolds Community College 

Organizations/Clubs/Philanthropies: Developmental Roundtable for Upward Mobility (DRUM), Inc.; DC Committee, Employer Support for Guard and Reserve (ESGR); Presidential Advisory Board, Norfolk State University Military Alumni Association; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.; United States Reserve Officers Association (ROA); United States Army Quartermaster Association; Distinguished Order of Saint Martin Civilian Honors:  Norfolk State University Army ROTC Hall of Fame Military Retirement Rank and Date, Service and Key Positions: Retired: Colonel, Retired, USAR; Special Projects Officer for the Director of Industrial Operations; Platoon Leader, 305th Supply and Service Company; 80th Division(TNG) and the 310th TAACOM; 80th Division; Platoon Leader, Company A, Supply and Services, and Company B, Trans.; 310th TAACOM; 300th Area Support Group (ASG) Personnel and Administration, Support Operations, and Security, Plans and Operations Directorates; 310th TAACOM, Headquarters, Civil Military Operations Security, Plans and Operations Section; Commander, Special Troops Battalion; Assistant Chief of Staff; Information Management and Comptroller; 300th Area Support Group (ASG), Commander 

Name of Spouse and Children:  Children- Michael  

Army Reserve Ambassador Wendall B. McClellan is a Program Manager with SAIC/Verizon Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) in Silver Springs, Maryland. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Norfolk State University. Ambassador McClellan's commitment to mentoring minorities in their careers led him to co-found the Development Roundtable for Upward Mobility (DRUM) where he served as first president and Executive Director of the DRUM Foundation. This professional, charitable, and civic organization has been a national mentoring and networking resource for Verizon employees. Established as a greater Washington DC initiative, DRUM has expanded New York City, New Jersey, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Texas, Florida and California.