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Southeast SBTRC


About us

Miami Dade College is a grantee of the U.S. Department of Transportation and hosts the Southeast Small Business Transportation Resource Center (SBTRC). The Southeast SBTRC serves the states of Alabama, Florida, and the territories of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. 


The Southeast 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 (WITI)

Contact Us

Teddie Laing, SBTRC
Executive Director
Phone: (305) 237-8418
Adriana Clark, SBTRC 
Project Director
11380 N.W. 27th Avenue - Suite 1256-32
Miami, FL 33167
Phone: (305) 237-1392
Wendy Guerra
Bonding Education Program Coordinator
Phone: (305) 237-8023
Email: wguerra@seregionosdbu

Regional Resources


Women in Transportation Initiative (WITI)

Connecting Students with Industry Leaders: A Transportation-Related Symposia

March 19, 2019, the SE Region SBTRC, in collaboration with Miami Dade College North School of Global Business, held a transportation-related symposium, which brought students and industry leaders together for an informative morning. 

Students were able to ask questions and learn from industry representatives with The Boeing Company, AAR Airframe Maintenance, GC Works, Inc., LED Are Us, Inc., and Orange Lab Ideas to name a few.

Last updated: Tuesday, July 7, 2020