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Boston Scenes 3/20/2014

Governor Patrick announces expanded MBTA late night service on weekends. Gathered with Patrick at Kendal Station are Malia Lazu of the Future Boston Alliance, Mass Department of Transportation Secretary Richard Davy, Mayor Martin Walsh and MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott.
Governor Deval Patrick discusses the YouthWorks Summer Jobs Program with youth and community members from towns north of Boston at the Malden YMCA.
(l-r) State Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez, Zori De La Rosa, Jose De La Rosa, Dona Betsaida Gutierrez, Felix G. Arroyo and Gloria Pascual at a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new location of Family Caregivers, an adult family care program, in Jamaica Plain.
The Greater New England Minority Supplier Diversity Council recently held its 4th Annual MBE Capital Summit, hosted by Bank of America. There were two panel discussions beginning with Access to Capital: Choosing the Right Funding for Your Business moderated by Craig Fowler, Managing Director of Bank of America, and then Growth Strategies Through Acquisition, moderated by Warren Bacon, Director of the Boston MBDA Center.
The Greater New England Minority Supplier Diversity Council recently held its 4th Annual MBE Capital Summit, hosted by Bank of America. There were two panel discussions beginning with Access to Capital: Choosing the Right Funding for Your Business moderated by Craig Fowler, Managing Director of Bank of America, and then Growth Strategies Through Acquisition, moderated by Warren Bacon, Director of the Boston MBDA Center.
The Greater New England Minority Supplier Diversity Council recently held its 4th Annual MBE Capital Summit, hosted by Bank of America. There were two panel discussions beginning with Access to Capital: Choosing the Right Funding for Your Business moderated by Craig Fowler, Managing Director of Bank of America, and then Growth Strategies Through Acquisition, moderated by Warren Bacon, Director of the Boston MBDA Center.
The Greater New England Minority Supplier Diversity Council recently held its 4th Annual MBE Capital Summit, hosted by Bank of America. There were two panel discussions beginning with Access to Capital: Choosing the Right Funding for Your Business moderated by Craig Fowler, Managing Director of Bank of America, and then Growth Strategies Through Acquisition, moderated by Warren Bacon, Director of the Boston MBDA Center.
The Greater New England Minority Supplier Diversity Council recently held its fourth annual MBE Capital Summit, hosted by Bank of America. There were two panel discussions beginning with “Access to Capital: Choosing the Right Funding for Your Business,” moderated by Craig Fowler, managing director of Bank of America, and then “Growth Strategies Through Acquisition,” moderated by Warren Bacon, director of the Boston MBDA Center. In the photo from L-R Jamie Mitchell, Bank of America; Dr. Fred McKinney, GNEMSDC; Bob Gallery, Bank of America; and Alicia Verity.
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