Eben Smith

Executive Director


On the behalf of the staff, Board of Directors and Corporate Advisory Board, I would like to welcome you to BUILD Prince George’s—a non-profit independent organization. Our mission is simple. We support diverse local and minority business enterprises in identifying economic development and procurement opportunities in Prince George’s County and the surrounding Washington, DC metropolitan region. BUILD Prince George’s also assist our members in overcoming social and economic disadvantages that have limited their participation in the regions free enterprise system.

BUILD Prince George’s utilizes a team of technical experts, skilled financial professionals and seasoned procurement mentors who work with our membership to develop their capacity and improve their potential to win new business.

As Executive Director, I firmly believe that increased involvement of local and minority business enterprises in the regional procurement marketplace is the only way to create a sustainable economic business climate and truly build capacity in Prince George’s County and surrounding Washington, DC metropolitan region.

I urge you to consider joining BUILD Prince George’s as our organization can help you to increase your capacity and your ability to successfully compete and win economic and procurement opportunities in the region.

I look forward to working with you on growing your business in the regional procurement marketplace through a collaborative and efficient partnership with BUILD Prince George’s.


Eben Smith, Executive Director
BUILD Prince George’s


Eben Smith has over two decades of business management experience in both the public and private sector with key emphasis in supplier diversity, strategic sourcing, economic and business development, contracting and procurement, community engagement, compliance, program management, capacity building. Over the last 20 years he has worked closely with other regional, state and local leaders to create jobs, grow the economy and create capacity in the local and minority business community. He is a graduate of Morehouse College and a life-long Prince Georgian.