Marcia Fields Milton

VP of RMA Coach
RMA Location: Rockville, MD

Marcia Fields Milton is a native of Smithfield, VA and received her education in the Isle of Wight County Public School System. She graduated from Hampton Institute with a degree in Business Management. Marcia completed graduate studies in Human Resources Management at George Washington University and received a Master of Science Degree in Administration from Central Michigan University.

After graduating from Hampton, she was hired as a Management Intern at United Mineworkers of America and advanced to Employee Relations Manager. She advanced her career in Human Resource Management serving as Assistant Director of Personnel, Director of Human Resource Management and Director of the Award-winning School to Work Transition Program at Greater Southeast Community Hospital.

Marcia launched her own bus company, First Priority Tours, Inc. and grew the company from one motorcoach to over 20 motorcoaches and becoming the largest African American Female owned motorcoach company in the country. Marcia has the distinction of being the first African American female member of the Trailways Board of Directors and the United Motorcoach Association. She is also a Founding Board Member of the National Association of Motorcoach Operators and a Board member of Maryland Motorcoach Association. Marcia has received numerous awards recognizing her contributions to the business community and the transportation industry. She has the distinction of being the only person who has received the BusRide Industry Achievement Award twice recognizing her exemplary vision, unparalleled work ethic, and contributions to the motorcoach industry.

First Priority was acquired by RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation and Marcia serves as the Vice President of RMA Coach. Marcia is an active member of her community and serves as a Board Member and Vice Chair of the University of Maryland Regional Medical Center Foundation Board. In addition she is a member of the Prince Georges County Maryland Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, the Prince Georges County, MD National Hampton Alumni Association, and the Willow Oak (MD) Chapter of the Links, Inc and is an active member of First Baptist Church of Highland Park.