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Allegra McCullough Accepts Co-Chair Appointment for The ASBC Board of Advisors

Friday, August 10, 2007   (0 Comments)
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Allegra McCullough has accepted the position of co-chair on The American Small Business Coalition Advisory Board where she will share duties with Mark Amtower, inaugural advisory board chairman. In this role she will participate in providing insight and guidance to The ASBC Executive Team in the development of educational and assistive programs to government contractors. Ms. McCullough is a former Associate Deputy Administrator at the U.S. Small Business Administration in the Office of Government Contracting, and has served on The ASBC Advisory Board since 2006.

During her term as Associate Deputy Administrator, Ms McCullough was responsible for the delivery of SBA’s procurement assistance programs to assist small businesses seeking to sell their products and services to the federal government. She directed the Agency’s business development programs which included the 8(a) Business Development and Small Disadvantaged Business Programs as a well as the Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) Program and procurement assistance programs to ensure that small businesses received their fair share of federal procurement contracts.

Prior to assuming the ADA/GCBD position, Ms. McCullough was appointed Regional Administrator for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Mid-Atlantic Region (Region 3) and also served as the Director of the Department of Minority Business Enterprise for Virginia.

Click here to view the bio of Allegra F. McCullough. (coming soon)

About The American Small Business Coalition

The American Small Business Coalition facilitates relationship development and information access for small companies doing business in the government sector. Through the unique and innovative Business-Select Membership program, companies receive industry-specific advisory and technical support as they pursue business opportunities wth government agencies and other government contractors. Agency officials can participate with The ASBC for outreach activities and to identify industry partners in support of mission requirements. The ASBC Community consists of small, medium, and large companies located around the United States and the globe, and U.S. Government agencies at the local, state and federal levels.

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