Posted February 27, 2015 by Editorial Staff in Photo
 
 

[PHOTOS] Minority Contractors and Suppliers Pursue Contract Opportunities, Discuss Economic Development

Michael Baines, Pete Varma, Naomi Kelly, Geoffrey Neumayr, Fred Jordan
Michael Baines, Pete Varma, Naomi Kelly, Geoffrey Neumayr, Fred Jordan

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Event: NAMC B2B Matchmaking Event: Winning The Contract
Pictured: Michael Baines, Pete Varma, Naomi Kelly, Geoffrey Neumayr, Fred Jordan
Date: Thursday, February 26, 2015
Location: Treasure Island, CA

Over 250 men and women joined The National Association of Minority Contractors Northern California (NAMCNC), in its inaugural B2B Matchmaking Event, a huge success on many levels. Contract opportunities were announced and building relationships blossomed through collaboration with corporate partners, key city stakeholders from San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose, and NAMC members.

Speakers: Naomi Kelly, City Administrator, City and County of San Francisco; Assemblyman Rob Bonta, 18th Assembly District; Steve Dell’orto-Clark Construction Group; Shirley San Diego-Turner Construction; Michael Erwin Baines-Baines Group, Inc; Fred E. Jordan – F.E. Jordan Associates; Alan E. Dones – Strategic Urban Development Alliance, LLC, Bob Nibbi Nibbi Brothers Contractors, Ruben Santana – Rubecon General Contracting, Mindy Linetzky – San Francisco Public Works, Geoffrey Neumayr – SFO, Gregory Card – City of San Jose, George Crosby – Caltrans and Jignesh Desai – SFPUC.

About NAMC
The National Association of Minority Contractors Northern California Chapter (NAMCNC) is a non-profit organization chartered to enhance business opportunities for minority and woman owned companies by providing education, training, and advocacy to shape paths to economic inclusion.

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