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William S. Cooper

Director, Diversity Strategies

Atlantic Constructors Inc

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Atlantic Constructors Inc

1401 BATTERY BROOKE PKWY

Chesterfield, Virginia,23237

United States

Company Description

Atlantic Constructors provides routine and preventative maintenance on HVAC systems, mechanical equipment, and fire protection systems. We also offer industrial machinery repair, planning and scheduling service and shutdown repairs for industrial facilities. W... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Vice President

Johnson , Inc.


Director of Supplier Diversity

University of Virginia


Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston


President and Chief Executive Officer

Choice Communications, Inc.


Affiliations

Bill Cooper

Consultant, Advisor and Mentor


Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council

Board Member


Richmond Jazz Society

Board Member


REDC Community Capital Group Inc

Board Member


Education

Master of Business Administration degree

University of Virginia


architectural degrees

University of Virginia


degrees

The University of Virginia


degrees

Architecture

University of Virginia


master's degree

business administration

The Darden Graduate School


undergraduate degree

architecture , masters of urban planning


Web References(45 Total References)


www.forwardvirginia.com

Connect with diverse professionals over lunch and enjoy a keynote address by Bill Cooper, Director of Diversity & Strategies at Atlantic Constructors.


www.forwardvirginia.com

For minority- and women-owned businesses to make it, they need to become a critical part of the "value chain" of the businesses they are trying to work with, said Bill Cooper, director of diversity strategies for Atlantic Constructors.
Cooper was the keynote speaker at Tuesday's Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce's Chamber Business Diversity Luncheon, hosted by the Chamber Business Diversity Council and held at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center. Cooper said the time is right for minority- and women-owned businesses to find a position that truly adds value and to be able to sustain themselves, now that companies are shedding non-core activities and outsourcing more. Bill Cooper gives the keynote address during the Chamber Business Diversity Luncheon at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center. "Since the population is starting to shift and there will be more minorities and women as players in the world of business today, if we do not begin to understand what is required for women and minority business owners to be successful, then who is going to be able to take over those businesses that are outsourced? Cooper said. "So I'm here today to declare that rather than worry about the procurement processes that build the numbers up, corporations that desire to do business with women and minorities need to find out what these businesses need most," he said. Money and customers is what they need most, he said, but until weaknesses are addressed, businesses will not be able to move forward.


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Bill Cooper, Director, Diversity Strategies, Atlantic Constructors, Inc.
Bill Cooper is Director, Diversity Strategies for Atlantic Constructors, Inc., a Richmond, Virginia based mechanical and industrial construction firm. Before joining ACI, he served as Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion at the Federal Reserve Bank and Director of Supplier Diversity at the University of Virginia. Bill has an undergraduate degree in architecture, masters of urban planning, and a MBA- all from the University of Virginia.


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For minority- and women-owned businesses to make it, they need to become a critical part of the “value chain� of the businesses they are trying to work with, said Bill Cooper, director of diversity strategies for Atlantic Constructors.
Cooper was the keynote speaker at Tuesday’s Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Chamber Business Diversity Luncheon, hosted by the Chamber Business Diversity Council and held at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center. Cooper said the time is right for minority- and women-owned businesses to find a position that truly adds value and to be able to sustain themselves, now that companies are shedding non-core activities and outsourcing more. Bill Cooper gives the keynote address during the Chamber Business Diversity Luncheon at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center. “Since the population is starting to shift and there will be more minorities and women as players in the world of business today, if we do not begin to understand what is required for women and minority business owners to be successful, then who is going to be able to take over those businesses that are outsourced?� Cooper said. “So I’m here today to declare that rather than worry about the procurement processes that build the numbers up, corporations that desire to do business with women and minorities need to find out what these businesses need most,� he said. Money and customers is what they need most, he said, but until weaknesses are addressed, businesses will not be able to move forward. Connect with diverse professionals over lunch and enjoy a keynote address by Bill Cooper, Director of Diversity & Strategies at Atlantic Constructors.


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