Fareed Singletary studied Accounting at Morgan State University and later, was mentored by two members of the 100 Black Men of Maryland. He has spent over fifteen years in the Telecommunication and Information Technology Fields. He joined the 100 Black Men of Prince George’s County on April 14, 2014. During his time as a member, he has served as the Chairman of the Membership Committee and is currently a member of the Board of Directors. Always looking for ways to help the 100 to better serve the Prince George’s County community, he conceived and led the initiative to charter the Collegiate 100 at Bowie State University. He is also the Sponsoring Chapter Advisor/Coordinator for the Collegiate 100 of Bowie State University.
He is currently working to the launch the second auxiliary organization for the 100 Black Men of Prince George’s County: The Emerging 100 of Prince George’s County. Outside of the 100, he is a Lifetime Member of the Morgan State University Alumni Association and serves as the Membership Chairman and Executive Board Member for the Prince George’s Chapter of the Morgan State University Alumni Association. He works as an Incident Manager for Skyline Technology Solutions leading a network operations center team.