While so many of America’s small businesses are still feeling the effects of the pandemic, we as a collective group are doing the hard and important work of marching forward. NSBA just wrapped up our first in-person Washington Presentation in three years, and it was invigorating.
We shared two days together in Washington D.C. talking policy, hearing from Beltway insiders and getting reacquainted with each other. Despite changes to the program and how we all do business, one thing hasn’t changed: NSBA is committed to being your voice in Washington, D.C. Spending time with you all has energized all of us on staff.
NSBA is in the process of cultivating new leaders who will serve our association throughout 2023 and continue building on the progress we’ve made in the past year. On Tuesday, Nov. 15, NSBA will hold a meeting to nominate and vote on the organization’s leadership for the coming year. All NSBA members are welcome to participate in the meeting. If you’re interested, please click here to be included in our list of members who would like to learn more. Your involvement and activism is what makes NSBA so effective, and on behalf of the NSBA staff and 2022 leadership, we thank you for your continued support of NSBA. Onward,
Todd Todd McCracken NSBA President and CEO