New Hampshire SBA readies Black History Month listening session

Agency officials to meet with community leaders, business owners in public event

Blacktypeb&ws+s [converted]The New Hampshire office of the U.S. Small Business Administration will join with community leaders and small business owners on Tuesday, Feb. 15, for a Black History Month celebration.

The gathering, the SBA said, will be a chance to gain insight and fresh perspectives in other to help the agency connect with community programs and minority-owned businesses.

Taking part in the event will be the SBA’s New England regional administrator, Mike Vlacich, and New Hampshire District Director Amy Bassett. They will be joined by community leaders the Rev. Robert Thompson, Kile Adumene of Pathways for Healing and Zachary Palmer of the NH Community Loan Fund as well as small business owners Sharicka Washington of the Institute of Skin Science, Elizabeth Salas Evans of Cayena Capital Management and Cayena Econlab and Jeff Hall of Safetynet Solutions.

The event will run from 2 to 3:30 p.m. To register, click here.

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