The Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC)
is dedicated to the promotion and participation of minority-owned, women-owned and disadvantaged business enterprises (M/W/DBEs) in airport contracting.
As the only national, non-profit trade association dedicated to this purpose, AMAC has two primary goals: to eliminate the barriers to minority and women participation in the airport industry and to capitalize on the opportunities available in this multi-billion dollar industry.
The mission of the Airport Minority Advisory Council Educational and Scholarship Program, Inc. (AMACESP)
is to develop educational programs and information designed to substantially increase the nationwide pool of future aviation professionals. AMACESP accomplishes its mission by offering scholarships; conducting educational forums, seminars, and research; and educating the general public on airport operations, and facilities management.
- FINAL RULE - 49 CFR Part 29 DBE Program ImplementationModifications
- AMAC Industry Day Preview 2014
- AMAC Policy Overview - Car Rental ACDBE-DBE Program Reforms (Feb 2014)
- AMAC Policy White Paper - Importance of Expanding Federal MWDBE Program
- Car Rental White Paper - AMAC BOD Approved (12-8-13)
- AMAC MEMBERSHIP UPDATE White House Releases FY15 Budget Proposal
- QA - Suspension and Debarment 2-20-2014
Airport Minority Advisory 2014 Awards Winners
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program
Overview of the new rule change
Thank you to Denver
Project LIFT is an all-inclusive, comprehensive program designed to raise the professional standard and improve the performance level of minorities and women in the aviation and aerospace industry.
|Breanna Lee||Louisiana State University|
|Julian Boyd||Hampton University|
|Micheal Eley, Jr.||Hampton University|
|Dwight Pullen, Jr.||Tennessee State University|
|Joshua Montgomery||University of Maryland Eastern Shore|
Expanding Minority and Women
Involvement in Airport Projects
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AMAC Member, Andrella Kenner of CI² Aviation Incorporated, receives the Bessie Coleman award, for her contributions in the Aviation industry.
AMAC, congratulates and commends, Andrella Kenner for her achievements and this recognition. In accepting the acknowledgement, Ms. Kenner offered, “I am so thankful, now my second job is to inspire our next generation of transportation leaders. Click here to view the award letter
Latest Issue of American DBE Magazine
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Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Careers in Transportation for Youth (CITY) Summer Internship Program
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