Women Owned Businesses and the Obama Presidential Center

Date June 22, 2022
Location The Ivy Room at Tree Studios
Time 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
2022-06-22 11:30:00 2022-06-22 13:30:00 CREW Chicago Women Owned Businesses and the Obama Presidential Center Women Owned Businesses and the Obama Presidential Center The Ivy Room at Tree Studios -event@crewnetwork.org

Women Owned Businesses and the Obama Presidential Center 

How Women-Owned Businesses became involved in the Obama Presidential Center and what underrepresented business enterprises can do to navigate public and or private projects in the future. 

Join our panel as they discuss resources and opportunities available to minority- and women-owned businesses and navigating the procurement process for real estate development. Our diverse panel will give their insight on business development in the area of professional services, working on joint-ventures, and how to pursue opportunities.

Moderator:
Michelle Flagg 

Redacre Solutions Inc., 

Panelists:
Pamyla Brown 

Senior Director, Community & Citizenship, Turner Construction Company and Lakeside Alliance Community & Citizenship Director

Kelly Powers Baria
Vice President, Power and Sons, a member of the joint venture with the Lakeside Alliance, a group of firms managing construction of Chicago’s Obama Presidential Center 

Monica Chadha 
Founder of CIVIC Projects, a hybrid architecture practice in Chicago

The luncheon entrée is salmon.  Please let us know if you prefer the vegetarian option which is cauliflower steak.

Wednesday, June 22, 2022 
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

The Ivy Room at Tree Studios
12 E Ohio Street, Suite 100, Chicago, Il 60611
Entrance to the Ivy Room is on Ohio Street (one way eastbound, entrance is mid-block). Numerous parking lots offer parking through Spot Hero in the vicinity. Fees range from $10 to $15 for a 3-hour reservation. North Bridge garage, accessed east bound on Grand Ave., and Row garage are closest to the venue. 

Members $65
Nonmembers $85

This is an in-person event.
CREW Chicago is following local COVID guidelines. It is understood by all attendees that vaccines are not required (masks may be required by the venue) as of March 1, 2022.
Please be kind and considerate to all attendees as everyone makes their own decision based on a variety of reasons on wearing a mask in public.