Elizabeth and her team strike a pose with K-pop legend J. Y. Park at the Lunar New Year celebration hosted at Macy's.
FUSIA champions diversity and fairness of opportunity and is a vibrant part of the M/WBE and small business community.
Elizabeth, as a newly joined board member of the YMCA of Greater New York, suggested the organization hold a press conference to take full advantage of its fundraiser and use it as a vehicle to gain ground in Asian American communities.
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NYC Business Solutions Centers help businesses in New York City open, operate and expand by bringing the services of the Department of Small Business Services to the five boroughs. The Centers help business owners get successful results that meet their business needs no matter the size or stage of business.
Vendors who are disadvantaged, minority or woman-owned business enterprises (D/M/WBE) are urged to become DBE and/or MBE/WBE certified. MTA and its agencies participate in the federally mandated New York State Unified Certification Program (NYSUCP), which provides for "one-stop" DBE certification. DBE certification can be obtained through the MTA Office of Civil Rights (OCR) or through New York State Department of Transportation, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey or Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority, all Certifying Partners in the NYSUCP. Vendors wishing to apply for DBE certification with OCR must complete the MTA Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program Certification Application (PDF file).
Founded in 1997, the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is the nation's leading advocate of women-owned businesses as suppliers to America's corporations. It also is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the United States. WBENC works to foster diversity in the world of commerce with programs and policies designed to expand opportunities and eliminate barriers in the marketplace for women business owners. WBENC works with representatives of corporations to encourage the utilization and expansion of supplier/vendor diversity programs.
The Office of Minority Affairs (OMA) was created by the Nassau County Legislature and its mandated mission is to serve as a partner to the citizens of Nassau County in strengthening and building communities through programs which promote the establishment and preservation of minority and women owned business enterprises.