Our very own CEO, Ms. Decembre Pierce, was recently named, on August 22, 2022, to the National Small Business Association (NSBA) Leadership Council. She will be working on the Economic Development (ED) Committee.
NSBA is the nation’s oldest small-business advocacy organization, and operates on a staunchly nonpartisan basis. Ms. Pierce, the CEO of Protecting HIS Security Services, and a recognized leader in the small-business community, joins the NSBA Leadership Council alongside other small-business advocates from across the country as they work to promote the interests of small business to policymakers in Washington, D.C.
Ms. Pierce joined the NSBA Leadership Council as part of her
efforts to tackle the many critical issues facing small business, including tax reform, regulatory restraint, health care costs and how access to capital will impact small business.
A MESSAGE FROM MS. PIERCE:
“As a small-business owner, I see daily the importance of being involved and active when it comes to laws and regulation. Joining NSBA’s Leadership Council will enable me to take our collective small-business message to the people that need to hear it most: Congress.”
NSBA’s Economic Development (ED) Committee oversees all issues relating to small-business finance and access to capital, including credit cards, lending, bankruptcy law, securities issues and venture capital. The committee also deals with federal small-business programs under the U.S. Small Business Administration as well as federal procurement initiatives and international trade, and also handles innovation and technology issues such as patent reform.
The NSBA Leadership Council is a select group of small-business activists who have a desire to improve America’s small-business community by advocating on behalf of NSBA’s small-business members with Congress, the administration, and the media.
The NSBA Leadership Council is focused on providing valuable networking between small-business advocates from across the country while ensuring small business a seat at the table as Congress and regulators take up key small-business proposals.