The New Mexico Procurement Technical Assistance Center (NMPTAC) presents the workshop, SBIR 101 — Proposal Writing, by SBIR coach Barbara Stoller, from 1-5 p.m. on Nov. 28 at the CNM Workforce Training Center, 5600 Eagle Rock NE. The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program is the nation’s best source for technology startup funding. In New Mexico, over 70 technology projects are funded by SBIR and bring in over $30,000,000 per year. The funding requires no payback and the companies retains the intellectual property rights. Stoller will show how to write a competitive SBIR proposal. For additional information or advance registration, visit www.nmptac.org.
Crossroads for Women has promoted two staff members to senior management roles. They are:
Cory Lee, director of therapeutic services. Lee has seven years’ experience working directly with homeless and incarcerated women who also have co-occurring mental health diagnoses with drug/alcohol dependency. She joined the organization in 2011 as a case manager and most recently served as the program director of The Pavilions, a therapeutic community in Los Lunas. Lee has a master’s degree in oral history from Columbia University.