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A Virtual Conversation with Commissioner Rodney Ellis
Commissioner Ellis will briefly discuss the findings of the 2020 Harris County disparity study and steps the County is taking to close the gap. An avid supporter of MWBEs, Ellis is consistently at the forefront of efforts to assure equality in the procurement process at the County.

Also joining the event is Gregg Reyes, President & CEO of Reytec Construction Resources, Inc. Gregg will share with us his experience and valuable insight he gained during his transition from subcontractor to prime contractor with the County.

Sep 30, 2021 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Commissioner Rodney Ellis
Commissioner @Harris County Precinct 1
Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis was born and raised in Houston’s Sunnyside neighborhood. Commissioner Ellis believes the role of government is to guarantee that everyone has the opportunity and ability to build a better future for themselves. He currently represents the diverse communities of Harris County Precinct One and is committed to delivering responsive public services that improve quality of life for his constituents while advocating for policies that advance fair opportunity and equal justice for all people. His top Precinct One priorities include developing inclusive economic growth policies that lift up all communities; increasing access to parks and greenspace in underserved neighborhoods; implementing a mobility plan that connects families to safe, affordable transportation options; and advancing criminal justice reforms that protect the rights of all people while making our communities safer.
Gregg T. Reyes
President & CEO @Reytec Construction Resources, Inc.
Gregg T. Reyes is president and chief executive officer of Reytec Construction Resources, Inc., one of the largest minority-owned construction resourcing companies in the Houston area with projects totaling in excess of $900 million. As CEO, Gregg focuses on leading the company’s long-term growth strategy, including its expansion into the Austin and Corpus Christi markets. Gregg is active within the community and serves as a member of the Houston East End Chamber of Commerce, the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the National Hispanic Professional Organization, the Association of General Contractors and the Houston Contractors Association. Gregg is also active in the C Club of Houston. Gregg has been involved in the commercial construction industry since 1991 and founded Reytec Construction Resources, Inc. in February of 1996.