Strategic Partner – James P. Wilson – Strategonomics Global Network
James P. Wilson, founder, Strategonomics Global Network (“SGN”) has held various leadership positions in Military Defense, Steelmaking, Shopping Center Development, Healthcare, Entertainment, Fashion, industries economic/community revitalization in urban/inner cities, including the $2.9 billion “spend” in John Hopkins Biotechnology Park and holistic redevelopment of Historic East Baltimore.
James provides strategic planning, management, and implementation services for Fortune 500 and private equity firms, corporations, governments, foundations, nonprofits, NGO’s – – domestically and abroad.
James is a former 1st Lieutenant, G-2 Intelligence Officer, U. S. Army Military Intelligence, 32nd Army Air Defense Command.
James is a Vietnam-Era Veteran, cleared for Top Secret, Crypto, NATO security clearances, awarded the Army Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service.
James has a Juris Doctorate Law Degree, Passed Maryland State Bar and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Bar, MBA (Credits), University of Baltimore Law Center, B.S. Math degree, Morgan University, a Historically Black College/University (“HCBU’s”).
James has an extensive body of work (pre- Black Lives Matter) in racial inclusion, expanding four decades, including Military, Law School, Beth Steel Corporation, The Rouse Company and Strategonomics Global Network.
James has raised a generation of entrepreneurs, assisting in the start-up of more than 300 small/racial inclusive businesses (African/Black Americans, Asians, Latinos, Women).
James has been networking/deal asking with numerous influentials, a few include Franco Harris, Jack Klugman, Martina Navratilova, Muhammad Ali, Muriel Hemingway, Nancy Lieberman, etc.
James has served on boards and advisory committees, recruited corporate talent, and is a seasoned speaker/conference presenter.
James enjoys cultural events, beach, golf, tennis, music concerts, community/charitable events – and travels 100,000/annually, mostly abroad.
UNITED STATES MARKETS:
MD, GA, NJ, FL, SC, PA, CA, Washington DC
John Hopkins Medical System, Empowerment Zones, Catholic Charities, Cherry Hill Town Center, The Rouse Company, Harbor Place, Arundel Mills, Potomac Mills, National Harbor, City of Baltimore, University of MD Medical System
Doha, Qatar, London, England, Melbourne, Australia, Nassau, Bahamas, Munich, Germany, Lagos, Nigeria, South Africa, Toronto, Canada
Strategonomics Global Network, The Rouse Company , Bethlehem Steel Corporation
Able, Annie E. Casey, Harry and Jeannette Weinberg, Historic East Baltimore Community, Development Corporation, John Hopkins Institutions, Open Society Institute, Rockefeller
Federal, State, City, Municipalities
- Merchandising/Leasing of fourteen regional shopping malls in 16 states, comprising 10,000,000 square feet approximately 1,240 employees, with grand opening attendances in excess of 4.5 million spectators;
- Managed sales/marketing staff of 12, Bayside Marketplace/Miami with a budget in excess of $20,000,000, generating retail sales in excess of $1 billion;
- Managed 16 national retail chain accounts (below);
- Pioneered specialty retailing (kiosks, pushcarts, popups, vending);
- Domestic “roll-out” of BRANDS: Victoria’s Secret, Express, Chico’s, Sports Authority, IKEA, Disney Stores, Chipotles, Popeyes Chicken, Chick-Fil-A
Juris Doctorate, University of Baltimore Law Center
Accelerated Advanced Executive MBA Program, The Merrick School of Business, University of Baltimore (MBA Credits)
Vietnam-Era Veteran, Army Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service, 1st Lieutenant, G-2 Intelligence Officer, U.S. Army, United States Army Military Intelligence School, Top Secret, Crypto, NATO security clearances
- Strategonomics Global Network, INC.(Hunt Valley, MD)
- Strategonomics Global Network (Mission Viejo/Santa Barbara, CA)
- Bridge builder between various diverse groups, especially as relates to race
- Racial Inclusion Agreement between the City of Baltimore, Johns Hopkins and HEBCAC
- Assisted in start-up of more than 300 small and diversity-owned businesses (African/Black Americans, Asians, Latinos, Women)
- Assisted thousands of small and non-majority business start-ups, and owned more than half a dozen businesses of his own
- Assisted in the development of Santa Monica Place, a regional mall that served as a catalysts for the revitalization of renowned “Third Street” business district
- The Mills Corporation/Arundel Mills to design, outreach and implement a diversity outreach program, launching 9 African/Black American businesses in this regional shopping center