The Southern California Chapter of the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMCSC) has named Sharon Coleman as the new president.
Coleman is the founder and CEO of Coleman Construction, Inc., a major contracting firm in Los Angeles. She has over 28 years of experience in building, developing, and managing governmental, commercial, and industrial projects in Southern California, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, and Washington. Coleman has worked on more than 300 projects totaling in excess of over $50 million.
Expressing enthusiasm about her plans for the organization, Coleman said that she aims to maximize the chapter’s visibility and viability within the community through broadening NAMCSC’s Board of Directors, increasing membership, adding more corporate partners to increase sponsorship, and developing more business opportunities for its members.
A member of NAMCSC since 1995, she previously served as vice president of the chapter. Coleman is also involved with the Associated General Contractors California and the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.
Source: LA Sentinel