Roundtable Leadership


Michael J. Chiaramonte

Board Chair

After a 30-year career in hospital administration, health system development, and physician practice operations, Michael serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of ProFlex Physical Therapy. As founder and principal of the caregiving company since the early 1980's, Mr. Chiaramonte has focused on providing the highest level of customer service to ProFlex patients, while ensuring best clinical practices are employed. Excellence, convenience, and compassionate care is always the goal for our patients, while employees are met with respect, professionalism, and opportunities for growth. Michael also owns and serves as president of Michael J. Chiaramonte & Associates, and Property Management & Development, a real-property management enterprise.

Michael is the former president of MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center, and the founder of the Southern Maryland Healthcare System (SMHS), Inc. As hospital president, he was responsible for all hospital related strategic and tactical operations, including strategy development and financial planning, patient safety and quality, physical plant operations, and medical staff administration. In addition to hospital services, he was responsible for oversight of a 24-bed sub-acute skilled nursing facility, a 35-physician multi-specialty medical practice, medical real estate, and several home care provider corporations.

Michael also developed the Colony South Hotel and Conference Center (1990) and later served as its President and Chief Executive. All aspects of hospitality management were under his authority including 200 rooms, dining services in three outlets (with lounge), conference facilities (500 patrons), and a full service 4.000 s/f gym facility.

Prior to his role as hospital system president, Michael expanded the hospital and integrated healthcare delivery with non-hospital based services including primary care and specialty physician practices, home nursing care, physical rehabilitation, medical billing and receivables management. Michael served as president of all non-hospital entities between 1996 and 2007.

Michael has served on two gubernatorially appointed commissions for statewide healthcare initiatives: the Maryland Health Quality Council's Health Disparities Workgroup, and the Governor's Task Force on Medical Malpractice and Health Care Access. He is a founding member and former chairman of the Greater Prince George's Business Roundtable and serves on the boards of Chesapeake Bay Foundation (Chair, Finance Committee), St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School, the Healthcare Council of the National Capital Area. In prior years, Michael was a member of the Executive Committee of the Maryland Hospital Association, and served on the boards of the Prince George's Board of Trade, MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center and its related organizations, and the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Foundation.

Michael holds an M.B.A. in Finance and Investments from The George Washington University and a B.A. in Management and Marketing from James Madison University. He also earned a Graduate Certificate in Implementing Strategy from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.

Michael, his wife Liz, and their four children reside in Alexandria, Virginia.

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M. H. Jim Estepp

President and CEO

The President and CEO of the Greater Prince George’s Business Roundtable,
Mr. M.H. Jim Estepp is formerly:

Chair of the Prince George’s County, Maryland, Council where he served two elected terms;
President Pro Tempore of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments;
Chairman of the Board of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments;
President of the International Association of Fire Chiefs;
Director of the Maryland Security Council, Office of the Governor;
Fire EMS Chief of Prince George’s County
and Director of Public Safety for Prince George’s County.

Mr. Estepp was named Citizen of the Year by
the Prince George’s Board of Trade,
the Elizabeth & David Scull Award for Outstanding Regional Leadership, COG’s highest Award
and The Tom Bradley Leadership Award from the National Association of Regional Councils, its highest award.

In addition, he received the Janet L. Hoffman Award for outstanding local administration from the American Society for Professional Administration (ASPA), Maryland Chapter.

He is President of the Board of Directors; Congressional Fire Services Institute,
a member of the Boards of Directors of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce (formerly),
and (currently) University of Maryland Capital Region Health.

Mr. Estepp is also a member of:
the Prince George’s Community Foundation Advisory Board, the Prince George's Forward Task Force, serving on the Economic Development Subcommittee,
Chairman of the Board of the National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications (ProBoard®), and
member of the Board of Visitors of the world-renowned Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Mr. Estepp has received the United State’s Air Force’s Distinguished Public Service Award, presented by the Secretary of the Air Force and the Chief of Staff of the Air Force. This award was presented for his contributions to the Air Force and the Chief of Staff’s Civic Leader Group.

Mr. Estepp lives in Croom with his wife Nancy and between them, they have five children and twelve grandchildren. He is a graduate of the Program for Senior Executives in State & Local Government at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA.

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B. Doyle Mitchell, Jr. 

Board Secretary and Treasurer

B. Doyle Mitchell Jr. has over 30 years’ experience as a top-level executive in a federally regulated financial institution, with expertise in identifying and addressing the financial needs of people of color in under-served communities.

As a third generation CEO of Industrial Bank, Doyle has grown the bank his grandfather founded in 1934 by almost 400%, doubled its branch footprint and now operates in three states and the District of Columbia.

Industrial Bank is one of only 18 black owned banks in the Country, out of 140 minority banks and 4,400 banks, overall. At the age of 32 and shortly after his first year as CEO, Doyle led the Bank's first expansion into Maryland. In the sixty years prior, the Bank only operated in the District of Columbia.

In furthering the legacy left by his father and grandfather, Doyle certified the Bank as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), a designation available only to those institutions that invest at least 60% of their loan assets in low-and-moderate-income census tracts. As a result of becoming a CDFI,

Industrial Bank has received a number of grant awards from the Fund, totaling over $3.3M for its lending efforts in some of the most impoverished communities in the DMV. Ironically, the legislation creating the CDFI Fund was one of three bill signings he attended under President Clinton. Another bill signing included the Interstate Banking Act, where Doyle’s efforts to enter Maryland were recognized by President Clinton and then Treasury Secretary, Lloyd Bentsen.

In 1990, at the age of 28, Doyle was appointed to the Bank's Board of Directors and continues to serve as its Vice-Chairman. He is accustomed to holding various positions within the Bank simultaneously (i.e. employee and director), but learned early to be astute enough to know which role should prevail in a given situation. His thirty-five years’ experience in addressing and interacting with audit committees, as well as serving on audit committees outside the Bank, gives him special skills in oversight. In addition to the Bank's Board, Doyle serves on the Board of Urban One and its Audit Committee (NASDAQ: UONEK), the FDIC Minority Deposit Institution (MDI) Sub Committee, the Board of Green Branch Foundation and the Board of the National Bankers Association (NBA, the nation's minority banks). He previously led the NBA during two consecutive terms as its Chairman through the Great Recession. Doyle also served as Chairman on the Board of the District of Columbia Chamber of Commerce and led the City’s business community through the year of 2001, during 9/11.

Doyle has a deep love for music of all genres. This is due to his mother's legacy of teaching music in the D.C. Public Schools for 30 years and his grandfather’s never-ending pursuit of singing classical music. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, with a concentration in Accounting from Rutgers University (New Brunswick).

Following completion of his undergraduate studies, Doyle studied business at the Graduate Business School of Marymount College (Northern Virginia) and later graduated from the Bank Administration Institute in Washington, D.C.

Doyle was born and raised in Washington, D.C. and currently resides in Prince George's County, Maryland with his wife Rhonda and their four children