Paying it Forward for the Greater Good

Rosa Martinez, President of PMG, along with fellow contractor Hugo Zavala from Zavala Corp., sat on a workshop Q&A panel this month for LatinoBuilt, a local nonprofit whose mission is to improve opportunities in construction for Latino-owned businesses in Oregon. 

With the assistance of two LatinoBuilt Board members, Berenice Lopez, H.E.L.P. Group Inc. and Art Cortez, The Harver Company, they shared their business journeys with approximately 22+ small businesses eager to learn what steps to take and avoid after getting a CCB license. 

The 3-hour workshop, packed with lots of back-office basics and attendee questions, received a lot of positive feedback. Rosa was excited to hear that all of the participants were very interested in attending future workshop trainings. However, in light of recent events, LatinoBuilt is working on delivering training in the virtual online environment.

Rosa’s participation in this workshop is just one way she gives back to her contracting community. She is grateful to the people who have helped her build her business and is paying it forward by sharing her experience with others.

If you share Rosa’s passion for building the Latino contractor pipeline and would like to learn more about LatinoBuilt, contact her at

LatinoBuilt – BizTribCast  11-12-2019

Rosa Martinez talks with Stephanie Basalyga about LatinoBuilt, a new Portland-area trade association created by Latino contractors to support Latino-owned companies in Oregon’s building industry.

» Listen to the Business Tribune Podcast with Rosa

Rosa Martinez founding member of New Nonprofit LatinoBuilt

LatinoBuilt is a new nonprofit whose mission is to improve opportunities in construction for Latino-owned businesses in Oregon. PMG’s Rosa Martinez is a founding member and Board President.

» Go to LatinoBuilt’s Website to learn more

Rosa Martinez Graduates from the Port of Portland Mentor Protégé Program

Rosa Martinez owner of PMG graduates from the Port of Portland Mentor Protégé (3-year) Program on June 22, 2017. Congratulations Rosa!

Pictured L to R: Port’s Executive Director Curtis Robinhold, Rosa Martinez and Rebekah Kilgore representing Mentor’s Derrick Beneville and Scott Ruse

» Click here to learn more about the Mentor Protégé Program and other Small Business Development Programs at the Port

DJC Women of Vision Award 2016

Congratulations to Rosa Martinez!!! She is one of the thirty-six women selected by the Daily Journal of Commerce (DJC) as their 2016 Women of Vision Award Winner. These awards recognize women shaping the built environment in Oregon and Southwest Washington through their leadership, mentoring efforts, community involvement and promotion of industry diversity. The Awards Luncheon took place on October 26, 2016 at the Sentinel Hotel.

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