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Malcolm Goodwin

Client Executive

World Wide Technology , Inc.

Direct Phone: (314) ***-****       

Email: m***@***.com

World Wide Technology , Inc.

60 Weldon Parkway

St. Louis, Missouri 63043

United States

Company Description

World Wide Technology, Inc. (WWT) is a more than $6 billion systems integrator that provides innovative technology and supply chain solutions to the commercial, government and telecom sectors. The company brings to market a powerful blend of knowledge, in ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area

Founder
Benefits Communications Group LLC

Web References (31 Total References)


Board of Directors - Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area

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Malcolm Goodwin - Development Committee Chair World Wide Technology, Inc.


"ConAgra chose WWT, ...

diversitycareers.com [cached]

"ConAgra chose WWT, not because we were a diverse partner, but because we had the expertise and the strengths ConAgra was looking for to help them take their data center to the next generation," Goodwin says.

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Though its name reflects an ambitious vision of international influence, Goodwin says World Wide Technology started out in 1990 with five employees and 4,000 square feet of office space.
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Now boasting 2,300-plus employees, WWT posted more than $5 billion in revenue in fiscal year 2012, according to Goodwin. It's one of the largest African American-owned companies in the U.S.
"We are truly worldwide now," Goodwin says. "We support customers not only here in the United States, but also in places like Shanghai, Singapore, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and the EU."
Before joining the staff, Goodwin spent three years doing diversity consulting work for WWT through his own Des Moines, Iowa-based business.
Because its initial focus was on government contracts, WWT secured federal 8(a) certification. Later, the firm was certified by NMSDC and formed alliances with nearly all of that organization's regional councils. WWT has maintained its certified MBE status with NMSDC.
"We graduated from the 8(a) program early because, quite frankly, we outgrew the program, in both revenue and number of employees," Goodwin says.
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Diversity spending through the program has grown from $39 million with fifty-four suppliers in 2010 to $121 million with 206 suppliers in 2012, according to Goodwin.
"We are big believers in paying it forward," Goodwin says.
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"Angela is one of the more engaged and involved diversity managers I've worked with," Goodwin says.


California Supplier Diversity Forum | Walter Kaitz Foundation | Walter Kaitz Foundation

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Following the panel discussion, compelling speeches from Carlos Mongello, President, Inland Engineering Services Inc. and Malcolm Goodwin, Enterprise Account Manager, World Wide Technology, Inc. brought home the value of corporate supplier diversity initiatives and forums such as this one.

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Malcolm Goodwin, an employee of minority-owned firm, World Wide Technology, Inc. added value to his company by leveraging his business contacts to land contracts from top Fortune 500 companies including Cargill, US Bank, General Motors and Walgreens.


"ConAgra chose WWT, ...

www.diversitycareers.com [cached]

"ConAgra chose WWT, not because we were a diverse partner, but because we had the expertise and the strengths ConAgra was looking for to help them take their data center to the next generation," Goodwin says.

...
Though its name reflects an ambitious vision of international influence, Goodwin says World Wide Technology started out in 1990 with five employees and 4,000 square feet of office space.
...
Now boasting 2,300-plus employees, WWT posted more than $5 billion in revenue in fiscal year 2012, according to Goodwin. It's one of the largest African American-owned companies in the U.S.
"We are truly worldwide now," Goodwin says. "We support customers not only here in the United States, but also in places like Shanghai, Singapore, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and the EU."
Before joining the staff, Goodwin spent three years doing diversity consulting work for WWT through his own Des Moines, Iowa-based business.
Because its initial focus was on government contracts, WWT secured federal 8(a) certification. Later, the firm was certified by NMSDC and formed alliances with nearly all of that organization's regional councils. WWT has maintained its certified MBE status with NMSDC.
"We graduated from the 8(a) program early because, quite frankly, we outgrew the program, in both revenue and number of employees," Goodwin says.
...
Diversity spending through the program has grown from $39 million with fifty-four suppliers in 2010 to $121 million with 206 suppliers in 2012, according to Goodwin.
"We are big believers in paying it forward," Goodwin says.
...
"Angela is one of the more engaged and involved diversity managers I've worked with," Goodwin says.


RentalMetrics: Reviews & Quotes Coming In On My "Confessions" E-Book

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-- Malcolm Goodwin, CEO, PromiseIT Solutions, Inc.

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