President & CEO
Nate McCoy is the President & Chief Executive Officer of the Oregon chapter of the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC-Oregon), McCoy graduated with a bachelor of architecture from the College of Design at the University of Oregon in 2004 and was named a “2016 Newsmaker” by the Daily Journal of Commerce. Prior to joining NAMC-Oregon, McCoy spent seven years as a senior construction coordinator for the Portland Housing Bureau and Portland Development Commission (now Prosper Portland), including work in the private sector at GBD Architects before launching into the public sector. Nate serves on the board of the Architecture Foundation of Oregon to promote awareness and support career opportunities for the next generation with an aim toward minority and underrepresented youth in communities of color. He has also spent seven years on the appointed advisory commission for the Portland Housing Bureau helping to shape policies and outcomes related to affordable housing, contracting equity, and workforce development.