Prince George’s Community College is inviting area residents to attend its signature annual speaker’s series.
Marlon Harrison, vice president and director strategy and portfolio at Motiva Enterprises LLC will share thoughts on leadership and the oil and gas industry during a speech at 9 a.m. on March 5.
“During his decades of experience in the oil and gas industry, Harrison has held leadership positions that involved finance, marketing, contracts and economic analysis,” said Faith Breen, professor of management at Prince George’s Community College, in a statement. “We are confident he will be an inspiration to students and the broader community as they envision success in their own lives and strive to achieve their dreams.”
This year marks the 19th year the school has hosted its Millennium Management Lecture Series.
Past events have drawn notables such as retired Rear Admiral Barry C. Black, the first African-American to serve as the chaplain for the United States Senate, who was the speaker in 2012, said Joe Clark, a PGCC spokesman.
“It’s usually business related in some sense,” Clark said. “People talk about their careers.”