Corporate Citizenship

Our commitment to our customers, employees, and the communities in which we live and work continues to grow and evolve. The responsibility we feel to serve our communities and help those in need grows with us. SA-TECH maintains a strong commitment to programs that improve education and small businesses, promote cultural awareness and diversity, and support our troops and veterans. Mr. Timothy Adams, President and CEO, has generously given his time, talents and financial support to a variety of business and community organizations that touch the lives of people in his community and around the country.

Leadership Legends

His Board service includes:

  • Board Member, Doctors Community Health System
  • Board Member, Greater Maryland Health System, Inc.
  • Board Member, University of New Orleans Foundation
  • Board Member, Maryland Chamber of Commerce Foundation
  • Board Member, University System of Maryland Foundation
  • Board Member, Prince George’s Community College Foundation – Finance Committee
  • Board Member, Greater Prince George’s Business Roundtable
  • Member, Andrews Business and Community Alliance (Partner of Greater Prince George’s Business Roundtable)
  • Former Chairman of the Privatization and Procurement Council and Member for the Corporate Leadership Advisory Council for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • Former Commissioner for Maryland Economic Development Commission
  • Former Chairman of the Bowie State University Foundation
  • Former Chairman of the Greater Prince George’s Business Roundtable
  • Former Board Member of Doctor’s Community Hospital Foundation
  • Former Board Member of the National Black Chamber of Commerce
  • Former Prince George’s Black Chamber of Commerce

He is deeply interested, involved and committed to civic, academic and community “quality of life” initiatives. As a strong proponent of issues affecting persons with disabilities, Mr. Adams has given his time, attention and service on the Committee for Review of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

He remains a key supporter of the Maryland Room, a venture that renovated an out-of-date reception and relaxation area at Andrews Air Force Base, Malcolm Grow Medical Center, for wounded servicemen and women returning from foreign lands.

Mr. Adams’ Community Service includes:

  • We’re Empowered To Achieve The Impossible/Women Empowered To Achieve The Impossible (WETATi): Encourages minority students to graduate and encourages minority women and men to reach their goals
  • Patriots Technology Training Center (PTTC): Helps minority students become leading engineers by bridging “the digital divide” for those pursuing STEM careers in higher education
  • Bowie State University Supporter: Supports students by mentoring and offering internships at SA-TECH Corporate Headquarters
  • Supports The Americans with Disability Act
  • Active participant in the formal Mentor-Protégé program established by the Department of Defense