CCDC Continues to Serve Caribbean Community Business Development Interest in Prince George’s
LANHAM, Md. – Oct. 28, 2019 – PRLog — Earlier this month, the Caribbean-American Political Action
Committee (C-PAC) met with Prince George’s County Executive, Angela Alsobrooks, to discuss various
issues of interest to the Caribbean American residents of the County, which included education,
immigration, business development, and Caribbean culture.
Members of this delegation included C-PAC Chair Dr. Goulda Downer, C-PAC Co-Founder Chris
Gardiner, and C-PAC Advisory Board members; Royston DeSouza, Laughton Sargent, Dr. Allen Johnson
and Jaye Anne Lowe. C-PAC’s overarching mission is to be the political voice of the Metropolitan area’s
vibrant and growing Caribbean-American community.
DeSouza spoke to the concerns of Caribbean businesses in Prince George’s County and their interest in the
development of a proposed County Trade Center. He is the CEO of Caribbean Cargo DC (CCDC); an
international logistics and freight forwarding company specializing in shipping to the Caribbean, Central
and South America. He is also co-founder of The Caribbean Business Alliance (CBA). Prior to his
involvement with CCDC and CBA, DeSouza led a distinguished career at the Washington Post where he
concluded his tenure as the Post’s Director of Retail Advertising.
County Executive Alsobrooks promised to make an introduction to the head of procurement to ensure
Caribbean business owners received assistance in understanding the procurement process. She also
assigned DeSouza to the Trade Center Planning Group as a representative of C-PAC and the Caribbean
About Caribbean Cargo DC:
Caribbean Cargo, D.C., LLC (CCDC) is an employee-owned, licensed and bonded, shipping, logistics and
freight services company based in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area. CCDC’s principals have more
than three decades of experience in the shipping industry and are known for their solid business reputations
and exceptional customer service. Visit www.caribbeancargodc.com for more details.
About Caribbean American Political Action Committee (C-PAC):
The Caribbean American Political Action Committee (C-PAC) was founded in November 2005 to advance
the political agenda of Caribbean-Americans currently residing in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area
(Washington, D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia). C-PAC’s overarching mission is to be the political
voice of the Metropolitan Area’s vibrant and growing Caribbean-American community. Learn more at