Curtis K. Richardson is a Birmingham, AL native, husband and father of three daughters. He graduated from Phillips High School in 1993 and studied Electrical Engineering at Lawson State Community College. Curtis founded a professional service firm in the electrical industry in 2001.
These achievements position him to be recognized by ICIC- Initiative for a Competitive Inner City as an ICCC Alumini . He was accepted as one of the participants to partake in their assistance. He was also selected by Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) as one of the Emerging Contractors for 2011. He was nominated for the Dr. A.G Gaston 2012 awards, Birmingham Business Alliance (BBA). Spotlighted by UAB DBE services in 2014.
Curtis K. Richardson is the President of the Birmingham Metro Chamber of Commerce, a board member of the Alabama State Black Chamber of Commerce. And also been appointed by Governor Bentley's office to represent the 7th District on the board of the Small Business Commission.
He pride himself on being active in the very community he's from. For over a decade, he has consistently worked with our youth in several capacities from leadership in church programs to grassroot organizations in our neighborhoods. In 2015 Curtis founded The SEE Project. He has partnered with several organizations in these efforts. He's an author and speaker that has been involved in two book projects. His literary works aim to express the importance of money management in one’s personal life and business.
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