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The Voice of Black Women In the Construction Industry

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This week's show is a replay of an interview with Duval County School Board's Beth Tramel and Sponsor Melissa Hong as they discuss the upcoming MEDWeek Celebration in Jacksonville. NABWIC supports National Minority Enterprise... more

NABWIC Talks with CEO Paul Tutwiler Northwest Jacksonville Community Development Corporation Paul Tutwiler serves as the Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O.) of Northwest Jacksonville Community Development Corporation... more

Machelle Maner is currently Vice President, Community Development for Wells Fargo. As Sr. Community Development Officer, she covers Southwest Florida (a ten County Region). Wells Fargo's Community Development Group... more

Machelle Maner is currently Vice President, Community Development for Wells Fargo. As Sr. Community Development Officer, she covers Southwest Florida (a ten County Region). Wells Fargo's Community Development Group... more

Beth Tramel was born in Miami and raised in Jacksonville Florida. She attended Stanton College Preparatory and received her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from the University of North Florida and her Masters Degree in... more

Machelle Maner is currently Vice President, Community Development for Wells Fargo. As Sr. Community Development Officer, she covers Southwest Florida (a ten County Region). Wells Fargo's Community Development Group... more

COUNTDOWN TO NABWIC'S TOP FOUR SHOWS CONTINUES! Talk is hot! Talk is also widely diverse -- as diverse as the construction trade and the women who are making their mark on the industry. Getting a handle on what's on the... more

Talk is hot! Talk is also widely diverse -- as diverse as the construction trade and the women who are making their mark on the industry. Getting a handle on what's on the minds of other listeners around the country is a tough job. The... more

Talk is hot! Talk is also widely diverse -- as diverse as the construction trade and the women who are making their mark on the industry. Getting a handle on what's on the minds of other listeners around the country is a tough job. The... more

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