We recognize the effort it takes in starting and maintaining a small business. For this reason, we aim to share our knowledge and wisdom with everyone, so that we all are in a place to succeed and grow.
Dawn Tucker, President of LTMC, knows the in and outs of contractual work within multiple sectors and across industries as well as navigating through the up and downs and the joys and frustrations of managing a small business.
With over 15 years of knowledge, Dawn has irrefutable wisdom gained through hard-learned lessons of this trade and has gracefully weathered many storms turning set-backs into come-backs. Along with being a successful business owner, she prizes being a woman of faith, a loving mother and a devoted wife, and is no stranger to the balancing act of life. She understands, perhaps better than most, how to build a successful business without compromising values.
One of her values includes a generous sharing of her wealth of knowledge that would aid other small businesses or anyone on the path to personal and/or professional development in order to make the process more manageable or at least give a hand to hold on their journey.
These resources are compiled for your convenience, and many are common tools utilized by LTMC to keep our business running at optimum level.
Federal and Local Business Resources
Small Business Association (SBA) Resources
General Services Administration (GSA) Resources
LTMC is a proud newer member of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC). We had a wonderful time networking with fellow influential and powerful women business leaders from all over the nation at the 2022 NABWIC Congressional Black Caucus Reception, which had 1500 intended registrants. NABWIC has been an incredible influencer of their respective communities nationwide and is recognized as "The Voice of Black Women in Construction."
The April 2022 WVE Conference was a resounding success! We cannot guarantee the online content of the recordings or post-event slides will remain available for long, so access them here!
This January 2022 WVE webinar covers what you should know when doing business in Maryland. Learn from Alison Tavik, Director of Communications and Outreach at the MD Office of Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs, about Small Business basics; how to operate eMMA and other tips!
This December 2021 WVE webinar encompasses the basics of pricing techniques, skills and knowledge for entrepreneurial ventures. Learn the necessary tips and tools on how you should plan on pricing your services to clients with guest speaker: Tenilla Jones of Jones Lawrence Crisp & Associates, Inc.
On behalf of the Morgan State University Entrepreneurial Development & Assistance Center (MSU EDAC) in Baltimore, Maryland, we want to express our sincere THANK YOU to our veterans for your service to the nation. Through the Truist Foundation, we exist to meet the growing demand of Black and Brown women veteran, military spouses and women seeking contracting opportunities with government agencies and the private sector. We are looking forward to serving you in Maryland.
Houston, we have lift off! LTMC is proud to launch our Cyber Security Course to the public! In an age of technology, it is becoming ever present that each of us has used our devices in some way to communicate our thoughts and actions. In the era of these unprecedented times, technology allows to "see" one another, make new connections, build businesses and check-in with family and friends. What is also more present is the need to understand and be aware of the risks and dangers associated with our Cyber-selves. Do you or your colleagues know about the importance of cyber awareness? How even the mishandling of physical files and hardware can affect your cyber security? Then, this course will beneficial for you! Please visit ltmctraining.com for more information! *Along with our in-person courses, LTMC now proudly offers an asynchronistic e-learning program for organizations looking to further train and develop themselves and their employees.
LTMC is happy to have been recognized and honored by Fiserv with a Back2Business $10,000 Grant along with 2 other local businesses. We received this acknowledgement during the 2021 Congressional Baseball Game in September and received this honor from the Honorable Steny Hoyer, Majority Leader of the United States House of Representatives.
The Morgan State University Entrepreneurial Development & Assistance Center (MSU EDAC) in Baltimore, Maryland has launched the Women Owned and Managed Enterprise Network (WOMEN) initiative to meet the growing demand of Black and Brown women veteran, military spouses and women seeking contracting opportunities with government agencies and the private sector. In addition to business services, knowledge as well as access to resources to develop and retain competitive enterprises are offered to women business owners and managers. The Entrepreneurial Boot Camp Training is designed to provide participants with the tools and tips necessary to accomplish ownership and growth of a small business. This training series is geared toward not only veteran minority women, but to all of women of color in Maryland. Interested in attending? Register Here: https://bit.ly/3popzhJ
This September 2021 W.O.M.E.N. Women Veteran Entrepreneurs (WVE) webinar features discussion from Joe Wynn (President/CEO of Veterans Enterprise Training and Services (VETS) Group) and Lonnette Bryan (President/CEO of GSA Federal Solutions) about small business concerns coming down the pipeline as well as the inspiration and the reminder to continue pushing forward despite these unprecedented times.
This August 2021 video features Dawn kicking off the Women Veteran Entrepreneurs webinar series for the Women Owned and Managed Enterprise Network (WOMEN) Initiative with the Morgan State University Entrepreneurial Development & Assistance Center (MSU EDAC) in Baltimore, Maryland. The initiative aims to meet the growing demand of Black and Brown women veteran, military spouses and women seeking contracting opportunities with government agencies and the private sector.
This 2017 Annual Mandatory Training was conducted for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services on their Purchase Card Program. From market research, ensuring approvals and clearances, making and processing purchases and maintaining documentation along with legitimacy of purchase and more are basic necessities to a successful purchase card program.
Welcome to LTMC! Be sure to peruse our Learning Course page and find which of our 100+ courses will push your business to the next level! From Cyber Security to Lifecycle Acquisitions, LTMC is sure to have a course that will satisfy any level of training and development.