Tammie Hall was recently selected to the position of Division Director and Assistant to the Secretary for HUB Outreach for the State of North Carolina. She began service on June 1.

Tammie Hall was recently selected to the position of Division Director and Assistant to the Secretary for HUB Outreach for the State of North Carolina. She began service on June 1.
Tammie will be responsible for developing policy and guidelines for the State’s HUB program. She will serve as the authority in the field of minority business development and public sector M/WBE and HUB Programs. Responsibility also includes working with inter-agencies; such as community colleges, state universities, public schools, public entities such as local governments, municipalities, towns, airport authoriities and hospital authorities. The HUB Office will oversee statewide: Compliance, Outreach and Training.
The HUB Office manages the HUB Certification/Designation process. General Statutes 143-`128, G.S. 143-48 and Executive Order 24 encourages state agencies to provide purchasing and contracting opportunities to historically underutilized businesses.
As an advocate for HUB vendors, the office will identify contracting and purchasing opportunities ins tate government and assist purchasing agents with identifying HUB vendors for bids and contracts. The HUB Office serves as a state resource for other HUB/MWBE Programs and conducts seminars, workshops and conferences to increase the utilization of historically underutilized business in North Carolina.
Tammie is returning to state government having served previously in several leadership roles developing HUB programs in North Carolina.
Most recently, she comes to state government as an entrepreneur and having worked in corporate america as the Senior Regional Supplier Diversity Manager for Lend Lease Construction. In this role, she had HUB/MWBE program oversight for North Carolina, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Tammie is a proud graduate of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff where she earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration with a minor in Finance. She serves on the National Alumni Association Board of Directors where she is the Immediate Past President. Tammie has been a long time member of the NC MWBE Coordinators Network where she serves on the Board of Directors and is the Immediate Past President. She serves on the NC State HUB Advisory Committee and is a very active member of Union Baptist Church in Durham, NC.

Tammie has two children Brittanye and Brandon. Brandon who is a Sophmore at NC A&T University majoring in Engineering. Her daughter, Brittanye is a travel nurse with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing/RN graduate of Winston Salem State University. Tammie is the daughter of the late Anderson Thomas and Maggie Thomas of Arkadelphia.