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Ohio Minority Supplier Diversity Council

NMSDC COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall: The Stimulus Package – Continuing the Conversation – Thursday, April 9 | 3 – 4:30 pm

NMSDC invites you to continue the conversation about the CARES Act and what this federal stimulus package can do for your business.

A special guest from The White House will provide specific details of the package and answer your questions about what it is designed to achieve. Additionally, our panel will share valuable resources about how to access programs to help your business stay afloat during this crisis.

Get first-hand information about:

  • The key elements of the package
  • Who and what qualifies for emergency coverage
  • The scale and scope of the coverage
  • The parameters and limits of the coverage
  • The application process
  • When you might expect to receive assistance

Join us in the virtual room from 3 p.m. — 4:30 p.m. (EDT) on Thursday, April 9, to be a part of this urgent discussion.

Click Here To Register – https://cvent.me/PqPqyO

NMSDC Virtual Town Hall – How the Federal Relief Initiative Works for Minority Business – Friday, April 3

What is the COVID-19 Relief Stimulus Package?
Friday, April 3, 2020
11 a.m. — 12:30 p.m. (EDT)


To confront the biggest question that we are all facing today – how does minority business survive and even thrive during the COVID-19 crisis? NMSDC invites you to join us for a very special live Virtual Town Hall on Friday, April 3, about the CARES Act and what this federal stimulus package can do for minority business.

Senator Tim Scott, involved in crafting the largest stimulus package in American history, will be joining us for Friday’s essential conversation. He, along with a special guest from The White House policy team, will provide specific details of the package and answer your questions about what it is designed to achieve.

Get first-hand information about:

  • The key elements of the package
  • Who and what qualifies for emergency coverage
  • The scale and scope of the coverage
  • The parameters and limits of the coverage
  • The application process
  • When you might expect to receive assistance

This Town Hall is the place to cut to the chase during this critical moment and will provide the opportunity to ask pertinent questions and get the answers you need for your business. Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs), corporate members and NMSDC affiliate presidents are urged to participate in this vital conversation about our current business environment, and how it impacts the future of NMSDC and minority supplier development.

Join us in the virtual room from 11 a.m. — 12:30 p.m. (EDT) on Friday, April 3, to be a part of this urgent discussion.

Meet You in the Virtual Room!
Registration closes at 9 a.m. (EDT) on Friday, April 3
The live web cast is limited
A live stream will also be available on YouTube

REGISTRATION LINK

NMSDC Virtual Town Hall: How CPOs Are Responding: The Corporate Perspective on the COVID-19 Business Challenges

For its third weekly virtual Town Hall in the ongoing health emergency, NMSDC invites you to join us on Thursday, April 2, for an essential discussion – “How CPOs Are Responding: The Corporate Perspective on the COVID-19 Business Challenges.”

  • What actions are they taking to mitigate the risk in their supply chains?
  • How are they working with their MBEs to reduce the impact to their businesses?
  • To limit the risk to minority suppliers, what strategies do these CPOs recommend to other corporations?

On April 2, hear the answers to these and other questions posed by the audience of MBEs and corporate members of NMSDC. We welcome your participation, questions, and insights on the critical CPO-MBE connection in this crisis.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

As this health emergency continues to unfold, NMSDC’s transformed mission is even more vitally important than ever – today, tomorrow, and beyond. This Town Hall is a component in that mission. We need to hear your questions, your concerns, and your ideas. With your feedback, we can work more effectively as a network. Hosting the Town Hall is NMSDC President/CEO Adrienne C. Trimble.

Adrienne assumed the leadership of NMSDC after a successful career in the corporate world, much of it spearheading the supplier diversity initiative at Toyota North America – an ideal perspective from which to anchor this discussion. Panelists joining her on Thursday are:

Keith Browning
Managing Director of Supply Chain Management for Corporate Services, Corporate Travel & Events, and Supplier Diversity & Inclusion | Delta Air Lines, Inc.

Kala Gibson
Executive Vice President, Head of Business Banking | Fifth Third Bank

Farryn Melton
SVP, Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) | Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS)

Thomas Nash
Vice President & CPO | American Red Cross

Brad Pomerleau
Vice President, Indirect Sourcing and Procurement COE | Target Corporation

U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty Coronavirus Telephone Town Hall Meeting Friday, March 27

Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, representing the Third Congressional District of Ohio, invites you to join her for a telephone town hall to discuss the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic on Friday, March 27, 2020. The event is scheduled from 4:05PM to 5:05PM. All constituents of Ohio’s Third Congressional District are invited to attend.

TO JOIN CALL (Beginning at 4:00PM on Friday, March 27th) 

DIAL: (866) 757-0608

PIN: 17434

For more information visit: https://beatty.house.gov/about/events/congresswoman-beattys-coronavirus-telephone-town-hall

Managing In a National Emergency: How MBEs are Navigating the COVID-19 Business Challenges? NMSDC Webinar on Thursday, March 26 at 2 p.m.

A town hall focused on a frank discussion with minority business owners on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on their business, how are they coping, what can corporate customers do to support them and what advice can they give to other MBEs.  What do the federal, state and local governments need to do to support minority businesses? We will be taking questions during this virtual town hall.   We welcome your participation, questions and insights on what your companies are doing.  We want to hear from you!

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