New Mentoring Program For M/WBEs And Small Construction Firms From Harlem To Hollis

November 9, 2021

Tomorrow morning NYC Department of Design and Construction is launching the City government’s first-ever mentoring program for M/WBE construction firms.

The event will be hosted by outgoing DDC Commissioner Jamie Torres-Springer, who was recently introduced as the new President of MTA Construction.

They’ll have at least one M/WBE contractor there plus the tentative run of the show is below.

They would love to see you there.

DDC Launches City Government’s First Mentoring Program for Minority- and Women-Owned (M/WBE) Construction Firms

Increasing business opportunities for small and emerging businesses.

Run of the show (tentative)

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  • DDC Commissioner Jamie Torres-Springer (emcee)
  • DM Phil Thompson
  • SBS Commissioner Jonel Doris
  • Senior Advisor and Director of the Mayor’s Office of Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises Maggie Austin
  • BP-elect Vanessa Gibson
  • Sen. Kevin Parker
  • DDC Chief Diversity Officer Wayne Lambert

November 10, 2021, 10:00 AM, at Surrogate’s Courthouse, Lobby, 31 Chambers Street, NYC.

For more DDC information click here.

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