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NABWIC Talks with MEDWeek's Chairperson Beth Trammel and Sponsor Melissa Hong

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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 Business Administration from University of Phoenix.  She is currently employed with Duval County Public Schools (DCPS) as the Supervisor of the Minority Business Affairs Office.   In this role, she assists Minority Business Enterprise (MBEs) owners with doing business with DCPS.  She also works with other public and private organizations such as the First Coast Business Alliance, the Florida Association of Minority Business Enterprise Officials, the North Florida Procurement Association,  the Florida Minority Supply and Diversity Council to advocate partnering with MBEs.  She is very active in the community and is currently servings as President of the First Coast Business Alliance, and is a board member for the Florida Association of Minority Business Enterprise Officials.  

She has two sons-- a 22 year old and a 15 year old.  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, serving at her church, cooking, listening to music and reading.     

Contact Beth Tramel (904)858-4860 or visit www.duvalschools.

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The First Coast Business Alliance (FCBA) will be hosting a luncheon in recognition of the 2015 Minority Economic Development (MED) Week on  Thursday, September 17, 2015, 11:30am to 1:30pm at the University Center, located at 12000 Alumni Drive. This year's theme is " Emerging Markets & Industries: Blueprint for Success'. Click here for more details. 

 

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