In today’s competitive business landscape, a Minority, Women, Small Business Enterprise (MWSBE) certification can set your business apart from the rest. Distinguishing your business with an MWSBE certification not only provides access to a network of resource partners and members, educational trainings, and procurement opportunities, but it also underscores your business’ credibility as a MWSBE firm for potential contractors. During the session we’ll unpack what these certifications mean, how you can apply, and what you’ll gain as a certified MWSBE business, particularly as it relates to doing business with the City of Charlotte.
Nancy Rosado joined the City of Charlotte in March 2009 and currently serves as Charlotte Business INClusion (CBI) Manager. In this position, Nancy provides oversight, leadership and best practices on diversity and inclusion matters to City leadership. Nancy is responsible for strategic and implementation efforts to promote Minority, Women, Small Business Enterprise (MWSBE) spend opportunities in City contracting and procurement throughout all City departments. Nancy also directs efforts to attract, develop, and increase the number of MWSBE suppliers in the City’s database, and supports Charlotte City Council’s CBI Advisory Committee to ensure community engagement on the City’s diversity and inclusion policy.
Prior to joining the City of Charlotte, Nancy served as Executive Director of a New Jersey non-profit community based organization where she oversaw ninety staff members and a budget of $6 million.
Nancy earned a Masters in Business Administration from Rider University, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from The College of New Jersey.
Nancy is married to her husband, Walter, of 18 years and has two children, Justin and Evan.
|Start Date||03/07/2019 11:30 AM|
|End Date||03/07/2019 01:30 PM|
|Informal Networking||11:00 AM|
|Location|| Piper Glen Country Club|
4300 Piper Glen Drive
Charlotte NC 27277