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Allen Bird

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Springfield, Missouri
Residence New York, NY
Alma mater Missouri Southern University
Occupation President, M&A Traders
Children 5

Allen Bird is the President of M&A Traders LLC, an international investment and construction company that has successfully completed energy, building, and road construction projects in the United States, Libya, Nigeria, and South Sudan. Beginning in 2009, he has assisted affiliated companies in acquiring substantial development contracts in the MENA region.

Bird is also a senior advisor and consultant to Neany Inc. a U.S. Department of Defense contractor.

Early Career[edit | edit source]

Bird's private business experience began in 1988 when he founded his first company in the cattle ranching and real estate development business. Bird's cattle operation included 2400 acres in Missouri and a cow/calf, and feedlot operation of 8,000 head of cattle. Mr. Bird's real estate development included multiple subdivisions in Missouri, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, including the construction of several commercial buildings, hotels, bridges, roads, airports, and water/sewer treatment facilities.

Education[edit | edit source]

Bird obtained his degree in Business Financial Accounting and Minor in Spanish from Missouri Southern State University and before college worked as a [[Carpentry#Apprenticeships and Journeymen carpenters|Journeyman Carpenter out of Carpenters Union Local 2298.

Outreach[edit | edit source]

Bird has devoted substantial time on eleemosynary activities by working with several non-profit organizations to help provide funding for education and solar energy projects across Africa. He is well-known to leading members of the business community in dozens of countries and known in Africa and the Middle East by many Heads of State and Ministers.

Bird values education and community involvement and served six years on the district school board in Willard, Missouri.[1][2][3]

References[edit | edit source]

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