The Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Delaware Minority Supplier Development Council (MSDC) announced that Wade Colclough has been named president. In his new capacity Colclough will be responsible for the development and implementation of programs to increase and enhance business opportunities between corporations and minority businesses in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
Colclough’s experience includes a proven track record of building and developing partnerships with corporations, government, community, educational, and non-profit organizations in various roles over more than 15 years.
“The Board and the entire Council welcome Wade Colclough to this position and look forward to working with him as he leads the Council to new levels of growth in the months and years ahead,” said David M. O’Brien, Vice President, Supply Chain Management, Exelon Corporation and PA-NJ-DE MSDC Board Chairman.
“Wade brings a wealth of leadership experience and management accomplishments to the MSDC and we are confident that he will help advance the Council to an increasingly prominent position as the number one resource for minority businesses in the region.” O’Brien added.
Prior to joining the Minority Supplier Development Council, Colclough held positions with PECO Energy Company (an Exelon Company), an electric and gas utility headquartered in Philadelphia, and Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW), a municipal-owned utility in Philadelphia; and provided consultation and advisory services to a number of non-profit organizations.