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President and Chief Executive Officer

Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council

Direct Phone: (202) ***-****       

Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council

301 Maple Avenue West Suite 690

Vienna, Virginia 22180

United States

Company Description

The Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council (SBE Council) works to educate elected officials and policy makers with the aim of influencing legislative and policy initiatives that enhance the environment for entrepreneurship, business start-up and grow... more

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The Iraqi Women's Educational Institute

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Advisory Boards
National Association of Women Business

Consumer Advisory Board
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Founder
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Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Washington Business Journal

Member of Board of Advisors
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Member of Board of Advisors
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Member
Arab Chamber of Commerce

Advisory Board Member
IWEI Corporation

Board Member
American Association for Medical Transcription

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Pacific Business News

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Bizjournals

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Atlanta Business Chronicle

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Pittsburgh Business Times

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
St Louis Business Journal Inc

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Tampa Bay Business Journal

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
South Florida Business Journal

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Puget Sound Business Journal

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
San Francisco Business Times

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
New Mexico Business Weekly

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
The Business Review

Member of Board of Advisors
The Ronald Reagan Legacy Project

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Business First

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
San Antonio Business Journal

Board Member
UFJ

Founder
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Member
U.S. Congress

Member
Taxpayer Advocacy Panel

Board Member
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Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
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Chairwoman of the Small Business Survival Committee
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Committee Chairwoman
Netscape

Member
Brain Trust

Chair
The Center for International Private Enterprise

President and Chief Executive Officer
Women Entrepreneurs Inc.

Board Member
National Women's Business Center of Washington , D.C.

Appointed Member
National Women's Business Council

Board Member
Business Industry Political Action Committee

Board Member
Technology Leadership

Federal Advisory Boards
National Women's Business Council and the U.S. Treasury's Taxpayer Advisory Panel

Member of Board of Advisors
Virtual Rally

Founder
Grow Fast Grow Right

Board Member
Women's Business Center Inc

Founder
New Group for Women Entrepreneurs

Education

B.A.
Political Science
SUNY Cortland

BA degree
Political Science
Cortland College

BA degree
Political Science
State University of New York College at Cortland

Washington , D.C.

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Other letters of opposition to the settlement appeared this week from the German government, the daughter of science-fiction writer Philip ECMS is one of a suite of cloud-based offerings intended to simplify ICT management in government agencies, help them work together, and make them more efficient and cop. lawmakers, added Karen Kerrigan, president and CEO of the SBE Council.


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In a rare consensus between labor and business, Gene Trisko, attorney for the United Mine Workers, will discuss the treaty's negative impact on labor, while Fran Smith, president of the National Consumer Coalition, and Karen Kerrigan, president of the Small Business Survival Committee, will address its slowing effect on consumption and business.

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Karen Kerrigan Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council To keep a business from falling apart in the absence of its leader, Karen Kerrigan stresses the importance of getting employees to take ownership and to help in decision-making now so that the company can sustain itself and continue its mission should anything happen to its leader. Karen Kerrigan
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Karen Kerrigan Founder, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Karen Kerrigan is Founder, President and CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, and President & CEO of Women Entrepreneurs Inc.
Over the course of her career Ms. Kerrigan has developed relationships with individuals in media, government, policy and advocacy organizations and the private sector that have led to substantive reforms and initiatives to help America's entrepreneurial sector.
Ms. Kerrigan founded the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council in 1994. In 1995, National Journal named her to its shortlist of "K Street" activists under the age of 40 most likely to have an impact on Capitol Hill.
In 2000 Ms. Kerrigan was named by Fortune Small Business to its Power 30 list of key advocates in Washington.
Two years later she was appointed to the National Women's Business Council.
In 2002 Ms. Kerrigan founded Women Entrepreneurs Inc., a non-profit business association of which she is President and CEO.
In 2006, Inc. Magazine included her on a list of the "Best Friends in D.C." to small business owners, noting her work as a power broker and influential activist for entrepreneurs.
Ms. Kerrigan regularly testifies before the US Congress on issues that impact America's small business and entrepreneurial sector. In addition, she has served on the boards of the National Women's Business Center of Washington, D.C, the Business & Industry Political Action Committee, and Americans for Technology Leadership.
She is currently a Director of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), a position she has held since November 2007.
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Karen Kerrigan Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council Just because a new business venture presents itself doesn't mean it's a good idea. Karen Kerrigan discusses the warning signs that tell you when it's time to walk away and why walking away may present better opportunities tomorrow. Karen Kerrigan
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Karen Kerrigan Founder, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Karen Kerrigan is Founder, President and CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, and President & CEO of Women Entrepreneurs Inc.
Over the course of her career Ms. Kerrigan has developed relationships with individuals in media, government, policy and advocacy organizations and the private sector that have led to substantive reforms and initiatives to help America's entrepreneurial sector.
Ms. Kerrigan founded the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council in 1994. In 1995, National Journal named her to its shortlist of "K Street" activists under the age of 40 most likely to have an impact on Capitol Hill.
In 2000 Ms. Kerrigan was named by Fortune Small Business to its Power 30 list of key advocates in Washington.
Two years later she was appointed to the National Women's Business Council.
In 2002 Ms. Kerrigan founded Women Entrepreneurs Inc., a non-profit business association of which she is President and CEO.
In 2006, Inc. Magazine included her on a list of the "Best Friends in D.C." to small business owners, noting her work as a power broker and influential activist for entrepreneurs.
Ms. Kerrigan regularly testifies before the US Congress on issues that impact America's small business and entrepreneurial sector. In addition, she has served on the boards of the National Women's Business Center of Washington, D.C, the Business & Industry Political Action Committee, and Americans for Technology Leadership.
She is currently a Director of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), a position she has held since November 2007.
Seek Affirmation From Your Clients Not Your Peers Karen Kerrigan - Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
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Karen Kerrigan Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council During tough times, stick to the mission and seek approval from clients. Karen Kerrigan explains why it's critical to tune out negative noise from peers, which often malign the goals to be achieved. Karen Kerrigan
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Karen Kerrigan Founder, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Karen Kerrigan is Founder, President and CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, and President & CEO of Women Entrepreneurs Inc.
Over the course of her career Ms. Kerrigan has developed relationships with individuals in media, government, policy and advocacy organizations and the private sector that have led to substantive reforms and initiatives to help America's entrepreneurial sector.
Ms. Kerrigan founded the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council in 1994. In 1995, National Journal named her to its shortlist of "K Street" activists under the age of 40 most likely to have an impact on Capitol Hill.
In 2000 Ms. Kerrigan was named by Fortune Small Business to its Power 30 list of key advocates in Washington.
Two years later she was appointed to the National Women's Business Council.
In 2002 Ms. Kerrigan founded Women Entrepreneurs Inc., a non-profit business association of which she is President and CEO.
In 2006, Inc. Magazine included her on a list of the "Best Friends in D.C." to small business owners, noting her work as a power broker and influential activist for entrepreneurs.
Ms. Kerrigan regularly testifies before the US Congress on issues that impact America's small business and entrepreneurial sector. In addition, she has served on the boards of the National Women's Business Center of Washington, D.C, the Business & Industry Political Action Committee, and Americans for Technology Leadership.
She is currently a Director of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), a position she has held since November 2007.
The Case For Creating Flexibility Programs Karen Kerrigan - Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
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Karen Kerrigan Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council Flexibility is key. Karen Kerrigan discusses how focusing on outcomes instead of the process of achieving those outcomes helps companies not only to retain employees but also to increase productivity and morale. Karen Kerrigan
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Karen Kerrigan Founder, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Karen Kerrigan is Founder, President and CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, and President & CEO of Women Entrepreneurs Inc.
Over the course of her career Ms. Kerrigan has developed relationships with individuals in media, government, policy and advocacy organizations and the private sector that have led to substantive reforms and initiatives to help America's entrepreneurial sector.
Ms. Kerrigan founded the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council in 1994. In 1995, National Journal named her to its shortlist of "K Street" activists under the age of 40 most likely to have an impact on Capitol Hill.
In 2000 Ms. Kerrigan was named by Fortune Small Business to its Power 30 list of


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Karen Kerrigan Founder Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Karen Kerrigan's knowhow in business management has seen her feted by Fortune and National Journal alike, where she is celebrated as a powerful voice speaking up for America's small business and entrepreneurial sectors.
...
Karen Kerrigan - Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
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Karen Kerrigan
Don't Let The Leader Become The Brand Hide Details
Karen Kerrigan Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council To keep a business from falling apart in the absence of its leader, Karen Kerrigan stresses the importance of getting employees to take ownership and to help in decision-making now so that the company can sustain itself and continue its mission should anything happen to its leader. Karen Kerrigan
...
Karen Kerrigan Founder, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Karen Kerrigan is Founder, President and CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, and President & CEO of Women Entrepreneurs Inc.
Over the course of her career Ms. Kerrigan has developed relationships with individuals in media, government, policy and advocacy organizations and the private sector that have led to substantive reforms and initiatives to help America's entrepreneurial sector.
Ms. Kerrigan founded the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council in 1994. In 1995, National Journal named her to its shortlist of "K Street" activists under the age of 40 most likely to have an impact on Capitol Hill.
In 2000 Ms. Kerrigan was named by Fortune Small Business to its Power 30 list of key advocates in Washington.
Two years later she was appointed to the National Women's Business Council.
In 2002 Ms. Kerrigan founded Women Entrepreneurs Inc., a non-profit business association of which she is President and CEO.
In 2006, Inc. Magazine included her on a list of the "Best Friends in D.C." to small business owners, noting her work as a power broker and influential activist for entrepreneurs.
Ms. Kerrigan regularly testifies before the US Congress on issues that impact America's small business and entrepreneurial sector. In addition, she has served on the boards of the National Women's Business Center of Washington, D.C, the Business & Industry Political Action Committee, and Americans for Technology Leadership.
She is currently a Director of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), a position she has held since November 2007.
Learn When To Say 'No' To New Business Opportunities Karen Kerrigan - Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
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Karen Kerrigan
Learn When To Say 'No' To New Business Opportunities Hide Details
Karen Kerrigan Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council Just because a new business venture presents itself doesn't mean it's a good idea. Karen Kerrigan discusses the warning signs that tell you when it's time to walk away and why walking away may present better opportunities tomorrow. Karen Kerrigan
...
Karen Kerrigan Founder, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Karen Kerrigan is Founder, President and CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, and President & CEO of Women Entrepreneurs Inc.
Over the course of her career Ms. Kerrigan has developed relationships with individuals in media, government, policy and advocacy organizations and the private sector that have led to substantive reforms and initiatives to help America's entrepreneurial sector.
Ms. Kerrigan founded the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council in 1994. In 1995, National Journal named her to its shortlist of "K Street" activists under the age of 40 most likely to have an impact on Capitol Hill.
In 2000 Ms. Kerrigan was named by Fortune Small Business to its Power 30 list of key advocates in Washington.
Two years later she was appointed to the National Women's Business Council.
In 2002 Ms. Kerrigan founded Women Entrepreneurs Inc., a non-profit business association of which she is President and CEO.
In 2006, Inc. Magazine included her on a list of the "Best Friends in D.C." to small business owners, noting her work as a power broker and influential activist for entrepreneurs.
Ms. Kerrigan regularly testifies before the US Congress on issues that impact America's small business and entrepreneurial sector. In addition, she has served on the boards of the National Women's Business Center of Washington, D.C, the Business & Industry Political Action Committee, and Americans for Technology Leadership.
She is currently a Director of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), a position she has held since November 2007.
Seek Affirmation From Your Clients Not Your Peers Karen Kerrigan - Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
...
Karen Kerrigan
...
Karen Kerrigan Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council During tough times, stick to the mission and seek approval from clients. Karen Kerrigan explains why it's critical to tune out negative noise from peers, which often malign the goals to be achieved. Karen Kerrigan
...
Karen Kerrigan Founder, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Karen Kerrigan is Founder, President and CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, and President & CEO of Women Entrepreneurs Inc.
Over the course of her career Ms. Kerrigan has developed relationships with individuals in media, government, policy and advocacy organizations and the private sector that have led to substantive reforms and initiatives to help America's entrepreneurial sector.
Ms. Kerrigan founded the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council in 1994. In 1995, National Journal named her to its shortlist of "K Street" activists under the age of 40 most likely to have an impact on Capitol Hill.
In 2000 Ms. Kerrigan was named by Fortune Small Business to its Power 30 list of key advocates in Washington.
Two years later she was appointed to the National Women's Business Council.
In 2002 Ms. Kerrigan founded Women Entrepreneurs Inc., a non-profit business association of which she is President and CEO.
In 2006, Inc. Magazine included her on a list of the "Best Friends in D.C." to small business owners, noting her work as a power broker and influential activist for entrepreneurs.
Ms. Kerrigan regularly testifies before the US Congress on issues that impact America's small business and entrepreneurial sector. In addition, she has served on the boards of the National Women's Business Center of Washington, D.C, the Business & Industry Political Action Committee, and Americans for Technology Leadership.
She is currently a Director of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), a position she has held since November 2007.
The Case For Creating Flexibility Programs Karen Kerrigan - Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
...
Karen Kerrigan
...
Karen Kerrigan Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council Flexibility is key. Karen Kerrigan discusses how focusing on outcomes instead of the process of achieving those outcomes helps companies not only to retain employees but also to increase productivity and morale. Karen Kerrigan
...
Karen Kerrigan Founder, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Karen Kerrigan is Founder, President and CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, and President & CEO of Women Entrepreneurs Inc.
Over the course of her career Ms. Kerrigan has developed relationships with individuals in media, government, policy and advocacy organizations and the private sector that have led to substantive reforms and initiatives to help America's entrepreneurial sector.
Ms. Kerrigan founded the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council in 1994. In 1995, National Journal named her to its shortlist of "K Street" activists under the age of 40 most likely to have an impact on Capitol Hill.
In 2000 Ms. Kerrigan was named by Fortune Small Business to its Power 30 list of

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