Samuel T Blango, III was born in Liberia, West Africa and immigrated to the United States on January 1st, 1973. He is an international entrepreneur and global visionary.
Mr. Blango is president and CEO of Seccom International Group, LLC. His company has been an international force in the construction industry since 1971 by working with his father to help build schools in Monrovia, the capitol city of Liberia, West Africa.
Since the mid seventies, his company excelled in the greater Philadelphia area and southern New Jersey. His company grew in sales, residential, commercial, and industrial contracts throughout the last 50 years.
He has done work in various parts of the World, including Africa, India, Caribbean Basin, Europe and the Middle East, and USA. And in 2015 he established Seccom Foundation, a not-for-profit wing of his business who’s goal is to raise funds for various humanitarian projects worldwide. For instance, in 2016 Seccom worked with Yale University to build a school in rural Ghana, West Africa.
About SECCOM INTERNATIONAL GROUP, LLC.
Established in 1971 in Liberia as a General Construction and Consultant Company. SECCOM INTERNATIONAL GROUP, LLC Investigates, coordinates and negotiates International trades ventures private and public organizations.
National Association of Minority Business (NAMC)
Currently, Sam Blango is the Founder, President and CEO of the NAMCATX.ORG since May 2021, established the Greater Austin Texas Chapter of the National Association of Minority Contractors. The goal of NAMCATX.ORG is to promote and facilitate networking, educational and job opportunities for minority businesses. NAMC Austin assists in the development of contractors and related business, their staff, and craftspeople. The Association has striven to accomplish its goals in collaboration with major corporate partners, strategic alliances, and public agencies.
Samuel T Blango, III has been married to his wife, Judith Blango since 1974
He has 4 children and 7 grandchildren.
LINCOLN PREPARATORY COLLEGE 1973
OPPORTUNITIES INDUSTRIAL CENTER, 1974