Feb ASPE Meet Venue Change

GFE New

Join the ASPE Chapter 19 on February 22, 2019 at AGC Training School, 2nd Floor Assembly Room, 6301 Knox Industrial Drive, St. Louis, MO 63139

Good Faith Efforts is one of the most discussed, yet misunderstood, requirements in the public contracting market. Come and participate in our Society’s conversation with two public owners,

1. Amber Gooding, Assistant Airport Director for Business Diversity Development at the St. Louis Lambert International Airport

2. Jack Thomas, Chief Diversity Officer for St. Louis County. Amber and Jack will break down good faith efforts, share their expectations from Bidders and explain their evaluation processes.

3. Vladimir Monroe, Director of Minority Business Development & Compliance at St. Louis Development Corporation

4. Shonnah Parades, Manager of Diversity Programs at St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District

Just as importantly, Amber,Jack, Shonnah, & Vladimir are excited and anxious to hear the perspective of professional estimators trying to meet the Owner’s Diversity and Inclusion initiatives.

Breakfast is included in the registration fee.

Buy Tickets Here

Linked In: ASPE St. Louis Chapter 19
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1681059108659889/
Website: https://aspe19stlouis.org/

ASPE Scholarship Trivia Night 3/9!

Trivia Night

Come test your Trivia skills on Saturday, March 9, 2019. Doors open at 6:00 pm and the game begins at 6:30 pm.

Event Location: The Edge of Webster, 359 Marshall Ave., Webster Groves, MO 63119

Tables of 8 are available at $200.00 or individuals may register for $25.00 each.

We will have beer, soda and water. Bring your own snacks and any of your own preferred adult beverages.

Mystery Grab Bags and Silent Auction items will be available.

Space is limited – register early through EventBrite or send check to Jim Stukenberg, 90 Sunfish Dr., Highland, IL 62249. Come have some fun and support our scholarship program.

Ticket sales end on Monday 3/4 at 10am.

Register for your place today! Space is limited!

ASPE February Meeting – Last Chance for Tickets!

GFE New

Join the ASPE Chapter 19 on February 22, 2019 at AGC Training School, 2nd Floor Assembly Room, 6301 Knox Industrial Drive, St. Louis, MO 63139

Good Faith Efforts is one of the most discussed, yet misunderstood, requirements in the public contracting market. Come and participate in our Society’s conversation with two public owners,

1. Amber Gooding, Assistant Airport Director for Business Diversity Development at the St. Louis Lambert International Airport

2. Jack Thomas, Chief Diversity Officer for St. Louis County. Amber and Jack will break down good faith efforts, share their expectations from Bidders and explain their evaluation processes.

3. Vladimir Monroe, Director of Minority Business Development & Compliance at St. Louis Development Corporation

4. Shonnah Parades, Manager of Diversity Programs at St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District

Just as importantly, Amber,Jack, Shonnah, & Vladimir are excited and anxious to hear the perspective of professional estimators trying to meet the Owner’s Diversity and Inclusion initiatives.

Breakfast is included in the registration fee.

Buy Tickets Here

Linked In: ASPE St. Louis Chapter 19
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1681059108659889/
Website: https://aspe19stlouis.org/

ASPE STL – Feb Mtg – Good Faith Efforts – Diversity and Inclusion

GFE New

Join the ASPE Chapter 19 on February 22, 2019 at AGC Training School, 2nd Floor Assembly Room, 6301 Knox Industrial Drive, St. Louis, MO 63139

Good Faith Efforts is one of the most discussed, yet misunderstood, requirements in the public contracting market. Come and participate in our Society’s conversation with two public owners,

1. Amber Gooding, Assistant Airport Director for Business Diversity Development at the St. Louis Lambert International Airport

2. Jack Thomas, Chief Diversity Officer for St. Louis County. Amber and Jack will break down good faith efforts, share their expectations from Bidders and explain their evaluation processes.

3. Vladimir Monroe, Director of Minority Business Development & Compliance at St. Louis Development Corporation

4. Shonnah Parades, Manager of Diversity Programs at St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District

Just as importantly, Amber,Jack, Shonnah, & Vladimir are excited and anxious to hear the perspective of professional estimators trying to meet the Owner’s Diversity and Inclusion initiatives.

Breakfast is included in the registration fee.

Buy Tickets Here

Linked In: ASPE St. Louis Chapter 19
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1681059108659889/
Website: https://aspe19stlouis.org/

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