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Our programs help certified suppliers build capacity and assist our members to strengthen the diversity supply chain.
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We build relationships to bridge the gap between minority certified suppliers and corporate supply chains.
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We promote the value of minority business enterprises and applaud our corporate members for their supplier diversity initiatives.
We were certified since 1990 and have done business with many local and national council members. Through the leadership of NYNJMSDC, we were able to network with major corporations and become friends with many corporate diversity managers, purchasing staff, end clients and other diversity suppliers.
President | Appliedinfo Partners, Inc.
Since The Council’s inception, Con Edison has been one of the founding corporate members. As a longtime corporate member, the Council along with its phenomenal leadership and staff, has provided Con Ed with outstanding MBEs and viable programs that have contributed to the development and economic growth of New York City and its ecosystem.
Sonia M. Walkes
Sr. Specialist | Con Edison Company of New York, Inc.
Alamo Insurance Group
As a leading, certified, minority-owned, full-service insurance broker and risk advisor headquartered in Secaucus, NJ, the Alamo Insurance Group is devoted to finding the opportunity in risk. Whether risk identification, assessment, prioritization, or mitigation, we are committed to delivering a truly differentiated client experience.Read More →
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The WNET Group
A leading public media producer for nearly 60 years, The WNET Group presents and distributes content that fosters lifelong learning, including multi-platform initiatives addressing poverty, jobs, economic opportunity, social justice, understanding and the environment.Read More →