SMWBE Program Advisory Committee

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Small, Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Program Advisory Committee (SMWBE) Members
Members Expiration Appointment Source Date of Appointment Term (Yr)
Anaglia, Margaret 07/31/2019 Precinct 4 07/25/2017 2
Arana, Mary Lupe 05/01/2019 Precinct 1 05/02/2017 2
Barrett, Daniel “Dan” 05/05/2017 Precinct 2 06/02/2015 2
Cavazos, Ramiro 05/05/2017 Precinct 2 06/02/2015 2
Darby, Crystal 07/31/2019 Precinct 4 07/25/2017 2
Dillard, Porter 02/08/2018 County Judge 02/09/2016 2
Dunn, Frank 02/08/2018 County Judge 02/09/2016 2
Forbrich, Christopher 05/01/2019 Precinct 3 05/02/2017 2
Gonzales, Grace Rose 07/31/2019 Precinct 4 07/25/2017 2
Gonzalez, Rosa Maria 05/01/2019 Precinct 3 05/02/2017 2
Linson, Joe Earl 02/08/2018 County Judge 02/09/2016 2
Orosco, Harold 05/01/2019 Precinct 1 05/02/2017 2
Squire, Miyoung H. 05/01/2019 Precinct 1 05/02/2017 2
Browning, Amy 05/05/2019 Precinct 3 07/11/2017 2
Villa, Manuel 05/05/2017 Precinct 2 06/02/2015 2
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Small, minority, women, disadvantaged and veteran owned businesses are an integral part of our lives, play an important role in the economy of the United States, and are considered by many as the heart of the free enterprise system by employing well over half of all working Americans. Bexar County is home to over 45,000 small businesses that provide products and services which support the community with a higher standard of living.

Bexar County Commissioners Court recognizes the importance of SMWBE/DBE firms, advocates the growth of these businesses, and works to build partnerships with numerous federal, state, local and private sector organizations where opportunities are provided for SMWBE/DBE firms to access and compete for contract.

Visit the Small Minority Women-Owned Business Enterprise Program website for more information.