Anita Uribe Martin
Anita Uribe Martin is the Diversity Development Director for Bartlett Cocke General Contractors and has been in the small business advocacy industry for more than a decade. She has helped government and businesses set and reach business goals by helping small and minority businesses to develop contacts and potential contracts with federal, state and local government entities as well as private companies. She understands community and business issues as they relate to HUB, small, minority, women, African American and veteran-owned enterprises. She was the 2009 Small Business Administration Women’s Business Champion of the Year. During the years 2003-2004, she held the position of Vice-Chair on the South Central Texas Regional Certification Agency Board of Directors. She has been responsible for the development of local government policy for small, minority, women, black-owned enterprises (SWMBE) and veteran-owned businesses. Anita brings additional skills of public relations and marketing strategy experience, having owned and operated her own small business-consulting firm. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Media and Speech. In her leadership position with the City of San Antonio as Assistant Director of Economic Development, Martin managed the development of the 2009 Regional Business Disparity Causation Study and the City of San Antonio’s Small Business Economic Development Advocacy Ordinance. As the Diversity Development Director, Anita manages Bartlett Cocke General Contractor’s vendor diversity program and work to maximize HUB, SWMBE and veteran-owned business participation and is helping the company far exceed its minority subcontracting goals.