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NABWIC Talks Radio - Allison Reese

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Mrs. C. Allison DeFoe Reese prior years in construction has exposed her to various levels as an executive. From her initial position as an Assistant Project Executive/Controller and latter having the opportunity to work on the Estimating Team, Project Management Team and as one of the lead Project Executive. Throughout her profes-sional career, Mrs. Reese held positions of increasing responsibility ranging from Project Accountant, Cost Engineer to Controller, Office Manger, HR Director and Assistant Project Manager to Project Executive for developers, general contractors and construction manage-ment firms. Mrs. Reese has been in the construction industry for over 23 years.

Mrs. Reese served as a key member on successful projects for an impressive list of clients including but not limited to Johns Hopkins University, The Baltimore Ravens, DC Sports and Entertainment Commission, The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, The Hu-man Rights Campaign Foundation, The University of Maryland, The Federal Aviation Ad-ministration, The Washington Convention Center Authority, AOL Office Buildings, Boeing and the District of Columbia Government, to name a few.

On April 1, 2006 she established ANR Construction Management, LLC (ANR) and with contracts ranging from $20k to $9M.

On September 2006, Mrs. Reese received an opportunity from NCRC to join the US De-partment of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), to serve as the Minority Business Enterprise Center (MBEC) Assistant Director/Finance Director. She was later promoted to the Director of the MBEC Center.

Mrs. Reese is also politically active in her local community. She previously served as an elected Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner (ANC) in Ward 5 and is currently an active member of the Washington Interfaith Network (WIN) and the Democratic Committee.