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Eastside February Luncheon Wednesday February 15th with Guest Speaker Nate McCoy

February 6, 2017

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Nate McCoy is Executive Director, Operation Manager and Spokesperson for the National Association of Minority Contractors– Oregon Chapter (NAMC- Oregon). NAMC- Oregon is the local affiliate of the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC), a trade association founded in 1969 to address the needs of minority contractors through advocacy, outreach and business support.

Nate is responsible for building programs that advance the organization’s mission, as well as resource development and streamlining operations to maximize the use of resources for efficiency and effectiveness. Prior to joining NAMC-Oregon, Nate spent seven years as a Senior Construction Coordinator for both the Portland Housing Bureau (PHB) and Portland Development Commission (PDC). As a longtime proponent of equity in contracting. Nate led the housing bureau’s Minority, Women, and Emerging Small Business (MWESB) outreach and contracting initiatives during his tenure there and was actively involved in program development related to equity and contracting opportunities bureau-wide.

With a focus on transparency and accountability related to (MWESB) contracting goals, Nate assisted the City’s Procurement Office in the development of data collection and reporting on contracting in PHB-funded projects.

Nate now serves on the Portland Housing Advisory Commission (PHAC) focusing on economic development related to housing, job and contracting, which include contractor capacity building, increased utilization of certified firms, diversity in workforce and actions that support the improved stability and economic status of communities of color.

Make plans to join us for lunch and hear Nate share his story; a story of mission, hope and community impact.

RSVP is required and the cost of lunch is $20.00  You are encouraged to invite and register your friends.

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