Founded in 1979, NAMEPA is a national network of educators and representatives from industry, government, and nonprofit organizations who share a common commitment to improving the recruitment and retention of African Americans, Hispanics, and American Indians earning degrees in engineering. As a recognized authority in minority engineering education, NAMEPA promotes the professional development of its members and serves as an advocate for and resource to those programs and organizations that seek to recruit, educate, and employ diverse engineering talent.
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Regional organizations are an extension of the national association. All members are eligible to receive the benefits of regional membership. NAMEPA is divided into five geographical regions designated A, B, C, D and E. Each Region has its own Board and bylaws, and assigns three members to act on its behalf on the National Board of Directors. The following outline shows the regional structure of NAMEPA:
Region B Contact
For more information on Region B membership, please contact:
Thomas "TC" Carter, III
Region B Membership Chair