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11 Mar 2016

Philadelphia’s host committee for the 2016 DNC taps local exec experienced in minority-owned business outreach

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March 11, 2016 Category: Local Posted by:

Tiffany Newmuis: A young woman on the move for minorities in politics

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The Philadelphia 2016 host committee has named Tiffany Newmuis as the director of diversity and community engagement. In this role, Newmuis is responsible for implementing the host committee’s minority inclusion and supplier diversity plan to ensure that local minority, disabled, LGBT and veteran-owned businesses can compete for contracting and vending opportunities through both the host committee and the Democratic National Convention Committee. She will help the committee track the money that is being spent with minority owned businesses for the convention.

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