Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

NABWIC Talks with Tunya Smith, Director of the Office of Civil Rights, NCDOT

  • Broadcast in Entrepreneur



Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow NABWIC.

Join us for a special episode of the Wednesday morning podcast as we bring you an inspiring segment from the recent National Association of Black Women in Construction's (NABWIC) Billion Dollar Luncheon event. In this captivating segment, we feature the dynamic Ms. Tunya Smith, one of the distinguished speakers at the event. Ms. Tunya Smith, a prominent figure in the construction industry, took the virtual stage at NABWIC's Billion Dollar Luncheon to share her insights, experiences, and wisdom. With a career dedicated to excellence and empowerment, Ms. Smith's impactful presence resonated with all who attended.

In this episode, Ms. Tunya Smith provides a comprehensive overview of opportunities with the NC Department of Transportation and shares invaluable tips for success in the energy sector, making it a must-listen for anyone aspiring to excel in these fields.

About Ms. Smith:  As the director of the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Office of Civil Rights, Tunya Smith aims to leverage best practices and resources to promote civil rights programming and build a culture of equity and inclusion across the department. Smith has extensive experience in policy and program development, advocacy and economic development through service spanning over two decades. Joining NCDOT in May 2018, Smith has served as policy advisor for the Office of Civil Rights and program administrator for Data, Performance Metrics and Reporting for the Technical Services Division

NABWIC's Vision: The Vision of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) is to build lasting strategic partnerships with first-rate organizations and individuals that will provide ground-breaking and innovative solutions for black women in construction and their respective communities.| NABWIC.ORG

Facebook comments

Available when logged-in to Facebook and if Targeting Cookies are enabled