Northwest Region SBTRC
The Economic Alliance of Snohomish County (EASC) is a grantee of the U.S. Department of Transportation and hosts the Northwest Small Business Transportation Resource Center (SBTRC). The Northwest SBTRC serves the states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.
Economic Alliance Snohomish County is a non-profit serving as a combined economic development organization and countywide chamber of commerce. We bring together private-public partners to create a unified voice for Snohomish County. Economic Alliance Snohomish County is a catalyst for economic vitality resulting in stronger communities, increased job creation, expanded educational opportunities, and improved infrastructure.
The Northwest SBTRC provides an array of technical assistance to build the capacity of small and disadvantaged businesses that include:
- Business Analyses
- Market Research and Procurement Assistance
- General Management & Technical Assistance
- Business Counseling & Coaching
- Regional Planning Committees
- Liaison between Prime Contractors and Sub-Contractors
- Outreach/Conference Participation
- Capital Access and Surety Bond Assistance
- Women & Girls In Transportation Initiative
Contact UsDom Amor Executive Director, SBTRC Phone: (425)248-4211 Fax: (425) 745-5563 Email: DomA@economicalliancesc.org Lily Keefe Project Director 808 134th St. S.W., Suite 101
Phone: (425) 248-4222 Fax: (425) 745-5563
Email: Lilyk@economicalliancesc.org Alicia Marselina
Phone: (425) 248-4222
Fax: (425) 745-5563
BEPs IN ALASKA & OREGON
In January 2019, the Northwest Small Business Transportation Resource Center (NW SBTRC) conducted a Bonding Education Program (BEP) workshop in Portland, Oregon with the Oregon Department of Transportation. In February 2019, the NW SBTRC partnered with Alaska DOT, and AGC of Alaska to conduct a 2-day BEP workshop, during the 16th Annual Alaska DBE & Subcontractor’s Conference. The target audience for these programs included minority and woman-owned, small & emerging contractors/consultants, 8(a) firm, and Alaskan Native American firms in the transportation field, who are seeking to increase their business capacity and run their operation more effectively. There were more than 100 attendees for the Alaska event alone!
In Alaska, pictured above Left to Right:
John Teamer, M. Alicia, Norma Lucero, Ann Pham, Rashaud Joseph
In Oregon: Speaker, Don Shanklin, Propel Insurance
Left to right: Andre Bealer, NAMC- Oregon Chapter; Andrew Warren & Katie Gillespie, ODOT; Lily Keeffe & Alicia, Northwest SBTRC