Giving & Building the Maryland Workforce

Today at our offices, we met with Mrs. Sheri Green, the executive director of Mistaken Identity Foundation, a non-profit organization that focuses on emotional education, workforce training and employment for low-income and re-entry citizens in Prince George's county. 

"All of our computers were dying one-by-one: blue-screens, not powering on or taking an eternity to receive an email", Sheri said. Mistaken Identity Foundation had online classes ready to begin and with one week until start date, she was in dire straits. Sheri's administrative assistant began searching for a solution. With no help anywhere and a short timeline, the administrator came across e-End.  One phone call with Steve Chafitz, president of e-End, and we were able to provide the foundation with 20 certified Microsoft Refurbished desktop computers!

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Sheri thought she would only be receiving the computer towers. She was overjoyed to see that we were loading her up with flat-screen monitors and accessories for every computer.

Not only are we filling her classrooms with computers, but also computers for her Program Manager and Administrative Assistant! 

YAY! Now it won’t take 15 minutes for my Administrator’s computer to boot up!
— Sheri Green, Mistaken Identity
Two of our team members, who prepared the computers for use (right), Maria & Jakob, presenting Mrs. Green (left) with equipment

Two of our team members, who prepared the computers for use (right), Maria & Jakob, presenting Mrs. Green (left) with equipment

We are so thankful for our team that works hard to put smiles on faces inside and outside our doors. Now Mrs. Green can help more of the community with training, resume creation and now computer classes to senior citizens.