This guarantee has recently attracted consulting opportunities from the Maryland Governor's Office of Minority Affairs.
What does OMA stand for?
OMA stands for Office of Minority Affairs
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We have 165 other meanings of OMA in our Acronym Attic
- Oceanside Museum of Art (California)
- Ocular Motor Apraxia
- Odd-Mode Analysis
- Off Madison Ave (advertising; Arizona)
- Office for Metropolitan Architecture (Netherlands)
- Office of Management and Administration
- Office of Management Assessment
- Office of Members' Advocates (Wikipedian voluntary group; now Association of Members' Advocates, AMA)
- Office of Military Affairs (US CIA)
- Office of Military Application (US DOE)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Friday's blessing ceremony was the first step in creating a home away from home for Native American students at the UW "We want to bring different generations in to see we are encouraging their culture," said David Iyall, assistant vice-president for advancement for the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity (OMAD).
Mac Stewart, chief diversity officer and vice provost for OSU's Office of Minority Affairs, notes that officials of the university's Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity conduct academic research in various areas while the commission is charged with establishing policy.
Ware further states that "the only omission was prominent black educator Mary McLeod Bethune, head of the Office of Minority Affairs in the National Youth Administration from 1936-1944.
The National Institute of Health has awarded the Office of Minority Affairs at the University of Florida College of Medicine a five-year grant of $463,380 to fund the short-term Minority Research Training Program.
But as major cities, and some states, begin to target ethnic markets, officials such as Luwanda Jenkins, director of the Governor's Office of Minority Affairs in Maryland, say it's up to meeting planners and black organizations to find African-American vendors.