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NABWIC TALKS With Nicole Allen About the Science of Housing

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In May 2020, the President proclaimed June 2020 as National Homeownership Month. As the nation recovers from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, NABWIC  continues to direct support and resources toward homeownership – for both new home buyers and those individuals and families who are struggling to keep their homes. Whether it's preparing and educating individuals on how to position themselves for homeownership, or building and developing homes in our communities, NABWIC salutes those women in construction who make homeownership possible. Today's broadcast is from our archives and features NABWIC member Nicole Allen as she talks about the science of housing.  If you missed this podcast previously, you'll want to listen in today by dialing into the show at 714.459.3918.
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Host: Ersula Odom & co-host Co-Chair:  Jada Williams

More About Our guest - Nicole Allen
Nicole Allen is on a mission to help real estate developers build and grow profitable businesses. Trained as a Toxicology and Epidemiologist she has a unique 17-year background in communication, business development, and project management on multimillion-dollar development projects. Her expertise as a Scientist and specialization in Housing has made me uniquely positioned to provide creative solutions to her clients. As CEO,  Allen-Norris Permitting and Inspections, Ms Allen utilize her expertise in building code development, adoption, and enforcement to provides strategic leadership, collaborative engagement, and financial guidance for the company. Because of her passion for real estate development, Ms Allen also serves in a volunteer position as the President of the National Capital Area of NABWIC. In this role, she provides advocacy, educational resources, specialized training, networking, and business development expertise to women-owned businesses in the construction industry.

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