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District of Columbia Sports and Entertainment Commission Board of Directors Santhea Hicks Confirmation Resolution of 1999
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Chairman Linda W. Cropp at the request of the Mayor


To confirm the appointment of Ms. Santhea Hicks to the District of Columbia Sports and Entertainment Commission Board of Directors.

RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this resolution may be cited as the "District of Columbia Sports and Entertainment Commission Board of Directors Santhea Hicks Confirmation Resolution of 1999".

Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the appointment of:

Ms. Santhea Hicks
1127 Buchanan Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20011
(Ward 4)

as a member of the District of Columbia Sports and Entertainment Commission Board of Directors, established by section 5 of the Omnibus Sports Consolidation Act of 1994, effective August 23, 1994 (D.C. Law 10-152; D.C. Code §2-4004), completing the unexpired term of the Honorable Marion Barry, Jr., which will end December 31, 2002.

Sec. 3. The Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of this resolution, upon its adoption, each to the nominee and to the Office of the Mayor.

Sec. 4. This resolution shall take effect immediately.

Santhea Hicks
1127 Buchanan Street, NW
Washington, DC 20011
(H) 202-829-1399 (0) (703) 243-7460


Harvard University, School of Business, Certificate
Boston, Massachusetts
Executive Education Program in Strategic Planning - 1997

Clark-Atlanta University, MBA Marketing
Atlanta, Georgia 1992

Hampton University, BS in Marketing
Hampton, Virginia - 1986


March 1999-Present, CSX Transportation - Minerals Marketing, SENIOR ACCOUNT MANAGER, Arlington, Virginia

  • Responsible for a $22 million aggregates portfolio
  • Spearhead contract negotiation issues
  • Assist with developing market strategies to strengthen customer manufacturing throughput
  • Manage accounts receivable issues
  • Ensure customer satisfaction by working closely with fleet management and the service design organization

April 1998-March 1999, CSX Transportation - Government Sales & Marketing, March 1999, ACCOUNT MANAGER, Arlington, Virginia

  • Managed a $16 million government portfolio
  • Served as a government representative overseeing and advising senior officials at DOD and the Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC) on various transportation policy issues
  • Responsible for providing strategic guidance for the sales & marketing team on areas of growth and government rules and regulations
  • Represented CSX on the Government M Munitions Joint Planning Advisory Group

November 1996-January 1997, Carrier Corporation/United Technologies, MANAGER, STRATEGIC PLANNING & CORPORATE
DEVELOPMENT, Farmington, Connecticut

  • Develop tactical plans and formulate strategies to impact profitability
  • Focus on new business opportunities domestically and internationally in emerging markets via M&A's, particularly in the Asian region and Europe
  • Conduct competitive analyses to expand business, increase market share, and strengthen the company's global business environment
  • Liaison for United Technologies on market and strategic issues
  • Spearhead a taskforce to design and implement a corporate-wide information technology system for strategic planning and competitive market information

April 1995-November 1996, Otis Elevator/United Technologies, ACCOUNT MANAGER, Alexandria, Virginia

  • Managed $7.2 million business portfolio
  • Developed new business strategies to increase customer base and sales

August 1992-April 1995, Otis Elevator/United Technologies, ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE, Alexandria, Virginia

  • Planned and organized technical assistance work crews for customers
  • Developed presentations for clients to profile Otis Maintenance System as well as selling and marketing modernization products
  • Managed accounts receivable
  • Analyzed and forecasted statistical information via traffic analysis data
  • Assisted in recruiting MBA candidates

June 1991-August 1991, Coca-Cola, USA, MARKETING DEPARTMENT BRAND INTERN, Atlanta, Georgia

  • Developed an analysis of Diet Sprite consumer and retail profiles and made recommendations on marketing strategies
  • Prepared monthly activity reports covering brand sales performance and project status reports
  • Developed system-wide communications plan announcing new TV advertising and recommended rotation schedules

August 1987-August 1990, Nabisco Brands, Inc. - Grocery Direct Sales Division, AREA MANAGER, Washington, DC

  • Sold and maintained volume and distribution in accordance with assigned sales objectives
  • Assisted the trade in re-selling Grocery-Direct products through proper merchandising techniques
  • Presented promotional activities at store and account level

July 1986-July 1987, Gordon S. Black Corporation, MARKETING ASSOCIATE, Rochester, New York

  • Communicated telemarketing sales campaigns for major corporations that had marketing research needs
  • Prepared consumer survey reports


  • Board Member - National Defense Transportation Association - 1998-1999
  • National Defense Transportation Association (Awards Subcommittee and Emergency Transportation Working Group - 1999)
  • Zion Young Adult Usherboard Member - 1996-1999 (Secretary)
  • Zion Sunday School Teacher- 1998-1999
  • Arlington Food Assistance Center Volunteer 1998-1999

REFERENCES Available upon request

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