Isabelle Mack is a retired nonprofit professional who has worked in the nonprofit/philanthropic sector for more than 30 years and is dedicated to community service. She has received a number of community service awards that include the District of Columbia’s Ward 5 Council on Education, the President’s Award of Appreciation from the DC Congress of PTAs and the Outstanding Public Service Award to Public Schools from the Urban League (DC Chapter) as a result of her dedicated community service. She was a founding member of the Black Philanthropic Alliance that cultivated leadership and philanthropy in the African American Diaspora.
Ms. Mack is currently a notary public commissioned and bonded in the District of Columbia and a certified signing agent. Ms. Mack is also a former licensed realtor in the District of Columbia for over 10 years. Thus, she is quite familiar with all aspects of real estate sales and funding.
Ms. Mack is a native Washingtonian who enjoys hand dancing, which was declared the official dance of the District of Columbia. She is a second soprano and sings occasionally with the Senior Choir of the Shiloh Baptist Church.
Ms. Mack holds an Associate in Applied Science in Communications, Bachelor of Science in International Business with a minor in Human Resource Management and a Master of Science in Public Administration. She is a member of the National Notary Association and a member of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society.