– Florida Tech’s National Center for Small Business Information (NCSBI) presents Brevard County Commissioner, District IV, Sue Carlson on Nov. 14, from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Her presentation, “Serving the People,” will take place in the Hartley Conference Room in the Denius Student Center, on campus.
Carlson’s lecture is part of the NCSBI’s free Networking for Women series, begun last June. Carlson, a Florida Tech bachelor’s degree graduate in business
administration and Leadership Brevard alumna, has been a county commissioner since 1998. She was the board’s president in 2000. She has been a systems
engineer for Electronic Data Systems/Melbourne office, business manager of a family owned computer consulting firm for 15 years, and a computer science
adjunct instructor at Brevard Community College for eight years.
Networking for Women is intended to provide a network of support for women-owned small businesses and individuals to build government contracting
expertise, enhance skills, gain expertise, and redefine career goals. The goal of the network is to guide and support women in building relationships,
advancing their careers, and to foster and encourage self-promotion opportunities.
Networking for Women is sponsored by the NCSBI and the Florida Small Business Development Center at Brevard Community College. To R.S.V.P. and for more
information, call (321) 674-7011 or 7003.