Monday, August 31, 2020

NSBA Leadership Council Opportunity August 2020

 The National Small Business Association (NSBA) is seeking leaders from the small business community to become part of NSBA’s Leadership Council. 

Specifically we are seeking members who may know their member of Congress, have experience in leadership positions in other organizations, have had some experience in dealing with the media and most importantly are passionate about small business. 

Our goal is to have at least one Leadership Council member in each Congressional District. The needs of small business has to be communicated to our political leadership in an effective manner so that loans,grants,contracts and other small business relief measures are a national priority. Today we are not only facing a pandemic but are also facing civil unrest which is negatively impacting our communities. 

The NSBA Leadership Council is the premiere network of small-business leaders from across the U.S. who meet on a regular basis to identify key issues that are important to the small business community.   Our members bring a wide variety of skills and interests to the table.  Some of our like to work in the background while others like to be in front of the camera.  We need all types because we have a message that needs to be communicated.   We need to get the attention of our elected officials and educate them on our real-world issues including the impact of Covid-19 on small business. 

If you are interested in becoming a spokesperson for small business and gain visibility for you and your firm while helping advance the small-business community before lawmakers and members of the media please consider this opportunity.

We have developed a survey which will help you and our team determine if you would make a good candidate for the Leadership Council.  We will review your answers and will respond to you shortly. 

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.   We look forward to talking with you soon.

Please click here to take the survey.

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