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NABWIC TALKS TAKES A Deep Dive into Public-Private Partnerships (P3s) and CRAs

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Join us for a special encore presentation on the dynamics of public-private partnerships (P3s) and the pivotal role of diversity and inclusion in shaping social infrastructure. This episode brings back a highly informative panel discussion led by Lisa Buglione, Executive Director of AIAI, alongside esteemed panelists Sandra McQuain, Seth Miller Gabriel, Joe Lewis, and Brandy Rogers McDonald. Together, they offer an in-depth exploration of how P3s serve as a beneficial avenue for small businesses, especially those led by black entrepreneurs.

With over two decades of impactful management and operations experience, Lisa Buglione has been a driving force behind AIAI’s national growth, enhancing membership, brand recognition, and organizational reach. This episode promises to provide listeners with a comprehensive understanding of P3s, underscored by real-world insights and strategies for leveraging these partnerships for sustainable business growth.

Tune in to rediscover how P3s can open doors for small black businesses and contribute to more inclusive social infrastructure projects. Don't miss this opportunity to gain expert perspectives on harnessing the power of P3s for community and business advancement.
NABWIC's Vision: The Vision of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) is to build lasting strategic partnerships with first-rate organizations and individuals that will provide ground-breaking and innovative solutions for black women in construction and their respective communities.| NABWIC.ORG
Please join us at 11:30 AM, Wednesday, February 21st for NABWIC's Billion Dollar Luncheon in Public Private Partnerships/CRA Opportunities.  Register on Eventbrite: https://bdlp3cra.eventbrite.com

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