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Jerome Toliver, CEO of RMJ Tech appointed to Council for Supplier Diversity’s Board of Directors
Mr. Toliver has worked closely with the council the past seven years in a multitude of advisory positions, and RMJ Technologies has been a recipient of the Council’s Supplier of the Year award and was the first tenant to move into the council’s business development center.
“Jerome has been an outstanding role model for the diverse business community. He has effectively leveraged the resources of the Council to achieve tremendous growth for his company. Moreover, Jerome gives his time and his company’s financial resources to help us continue to provide quality service to other emerging diverse suppliers. We are excited about the 2014 plans as Jerome leads the Council’s Supplier Leadership Ambassadors. He is a great asset to me and the Council.”
Mr. Toliver joins this board along with representatives from Turner Construction, San Diego Gas & Electric, Sony, Union Bank, and Costco.
“I have had the privilege of working with the council in various advisory positions over the past several years. Working along side, Council President Ron Garnett, has been a privilege. Feeding off of his vision is incredibly exciting. It will be my sincere pleasure to serve on the board of directors and contribute to the future direction of the council. The council now is in the position to broaden its reach among diverse businesses, corporate members, community involvement/
About RMJ Technologies
RMJ Technologies is a Fleet Optimization company focused on enhancing safety and efficiency to fleets across the United States. RMJ Tech specializes in vehicle camera solutions and vehicle GPS tracking for the two best manufacturers in the space, Networkfleet for public agencies and private sector service fleets and Omnitracs in the trucking industry. RMJ Tech is a certified Diverse Business Enterprise.
About the Council for Supplier Diversity
The Council for Supplier Diversity, established in 1999, is a nonprofit organization whose objective is to bring corporations and diverse business enterprises (DBEs) together for economic benefit of both. The Council for Supplier Diversity represents the regional corporate outreach to DBEs in Southern California. Its purpose is to facilitate business opportunities and market share growth for diverse business enterprises through the interaction of corporate members and qualified suppliers.
Susan Montiel, RMJ Technologies