Project Description

Tuesday, October 20, 2015
12:45 – 2 p.m.

This luncheon offers an additional opportunity to hear spirited and engaging experts on minority supplier development.

Additional sponsorships are available for this event.
Contact Maureen.Simonette@NMSDC.org for details.

Moderator

Bruce GeierBruce-Geier-web-sq
President
Technology Integration Group (TIG)

After founding [TIG] in 1981, Mr. Geier incorporated the business as PC Specialists, Inc. in 1983, and later adopted the dba of Technology Integration Group. His leadership focus mirrors the company’s mission – to earn a place as a trusted partner to clients, providing only the highest level of service, value and advanced technology to power their strategic business goals.

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Speakers

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Jose R. Mas
Chief Executive Officer
MasTec, Inc.

Jose R. Mas, is chief executive officer of MasTec, Inc., one of the largest and most diversified infrastructure services providers in North America. During Mr. Mas’ tenure, revenue has grown from $930 million in 2007 to over $4.5 billion in 2014; today MasTec has more than 18,000 team members serving multiple industries throughout 375 locations in the U.S., Mexico and Canada.

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Adam C. Walker
Chief Executive Officer
Summit Container Corporation

Adam C. Walker began serving as Summit Container Corporation’s chief executive officer in January 2014. Walker has implemented a growth strategy focused on technology, innovation, new market expansion and mergers and acquisitions to accelerate the growth of Summit Container.

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Andra Rush
Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer
Rush Group

Andra Rush, a Native American woman, is the founder; president and chief operating officer of the Rush Group, a Minority Business Enterprise, which includes Rush Trucking Corporation, Dakkota Integrated Systems, LLC and most recently Detroit Manufacturing Systems, LLC. This consortium of manufacturing, trucking, assembly and distribution is one of the largest Native American-owned businesses in the USA.

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