Panel 1 ~ 9AM - 11AM Panel 2 ~ 11AM - 1PM Panel 3 ~ 1PM - 3PM
Alicia Lyon
Supplier Diversity Specialist
NC Dept of Administration
Mike McWilliams
Small Business Portfolio Manager/
Resource Manager
Air Force Small Business, SAF/SB
Mike McWilliams
Small Business Portfolio Manager/
Resource Manager
Air Force Small Business, SAF/SB
Eddy Savory
Contracting Specialist
Mission and Installation Contracting Command
Ft. Bragg
Donna Walton
Deputy for Small Business
US Army Corps of Engineers
Kaye Gantt
Project Director
U.S. Department of Transportation
South Atlantic Region - Small Business
Transportation Resource Center (SBTRC)
Col. Robert Law
USASOC
Cynthia Lee
Assistant to the Director
Secretary of the Army
Program Manager
Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSB)
& Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDB)/8a
Henry Bennett
Director OSDBU
Dept of Agriculture
Patrick Rodriguez
Senior Area Manager
Small Business Administration
North Carolina District Office
Fred Little
Business Officer
North Carolina Department of Transportation
Dale Terry
Customer Service Director
GSA

Terry Stroud
Government Procurement Counselor
NC PTAC, NCSBTDC

Olin Newsome
Senior Contracting Officer
Dept Veterans Affairs
Holly M. Yanker
Manager, Business Counseling Team
Business Link North Carolina (BLNC)
Economic Development Partnership of NC
 

Kim Banko
Technology Support Analyst
NC Dept. of Public Safety

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You can register at the event, and your certificate will be mailed or emailed.

What is CEU? CEU is a continuing education unit. One CEU is defined as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.

Each contact hour of participation consists of 50 minutes’ work and 10 minutes of break. CEUs providers offer the course (a seminar, conference, or workshop) and ensure the quality of the course provided. They issue a certificate to the attendees. The certificate consists of the name of attendee, the number of CEUs awarded, and the name of the organization awarding the CEUs. It is the individual’s responsibility to keep and present the certificate to whatever organization requires the certificate. CEU providers keep a record of the CEUs in case the attendees need verification later.

 

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