Black Fox History
In 2018, retired United States Army senior leader Marcellus Wade formed Black Fox to continue to support her nation domestic and abroad when his military career was shortened due to wounds sustain during combat operations. Combining military and civil defense experience, Marcellus and his team supported government agencies and corporations by providing efficient professional services to ensure continuity and mission assurance.
Marcellus Wade, MBA, CBCP
CEO & President
Marcellus Wade is a mission assurance, emergency management, risk management and information technology professional, entrepreneur, community leader and military veteran with more than 20 years of professional experience in operations management, continuity of operations planning, continuity of government, disaster preparedness, disaster planning, disaster response, disaster recovery, information security, intelligence technology and training. During his tenure in the United States Army, Marcellus served in the 1st Infantry Division, the 2nd Infantry Division, the 4th Infantry Division, the 82nd Airborne Division and the 95th Civil Affairs Brigade (Airborne), deploying in support of Operation Enduring Freedom Afghanistan, Operation Iraq Freedom, Operation Unified Response Haiti Earthquake and Operation Unified Assistance Indonesia, leading over 3,000 counter improvised explosive device (CIED), information technology and emergency and disaster management missions.
Marcellus has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart, Combat Action Badge and John F. Kennedy Leadership Award by the United States Army and the United States Army Special Operations Command. Marcellus is also Airborne, Air Assault and Sapper qualified.
Marcellus holds a B.S. in Emergency Management from Western Carolina University and MBA from Webster University. He is also a Certified Business Continuity Professional and Instructor through the Disaster Recovery Institute International and a Federal Emergency Management Professional Continuity Practitioner.
Tenille Moonasingh, BS, EA
Chief Financial Officer
Tenille Moonasingh is a risk and finance professional with over 20 plus years of experience with servicing public, private and nonprofit organizations and clients. Ms. Moonasingh has supported several top private and public agencies throughout her tenure, recently assisting the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority with enhancing its accounting operations. Ms. Moonasingh assisted major construction companies within the central Florida region to win numerous state size construction contracts, resulting in a total of $75 million in revenue.
Ms. Moonasingh is a proud graduate of the University of Maryland, earning a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting and Business Management. Ms. Moonasingh is a proud member of the National Associations of Black Accountants.
Awards & Recommendations
EBV Veterans Impact Award
The UConn Impact Award was awarded to Marcellus Wade, Class of 2015 EBV Graduate and CEO of Black Fox, in recognition of a veteran creating significant economic, social and political capital for veterans. Marcellus has developed Black Fox into a veteran “friendly” hiring firm that sustains a veteran’s population of 85% on staff.
Black Fox is an advocate of positive social change. By means of giving back to the community, the organization hosts, sponsors and present a quarterly business development workshop, free of charge, to the residents of Flint, Michigan and Baltimore, Maryland. The workshops focus on starting a business, government contracting, leveraging technology and funding support. The workshop has helped produce three small businesses which all have contributed to the economic development of the communities.