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Ms. Karen A. Kerrigan

President and Chief Executive Officer

Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council

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Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council

301 Maple Avenue West Suite 690

Vienna, Virginia 22120

United States

Company Description

The Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council (SBE Council) is a 501c(4) advocacy, research, education and networking organization dedicated to protecting small business and promoting entrepreneurship. SBE Council works to educate elected officials, p ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

ThinkTalk

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member
SourceWatch

Founding Member
World Entrepreneurship Forum

Board Member
Center for International Private Enterprise Inc

Member
National Advisory Committee for Labor Provisions of U.S. Free Trade Agreements

Advisory Board Member
The Iraqi Women's Educational Institute

Advisory Boards
National Association of Women Business

Advisory Board Member
National Association of Women Business

Consumer Advisory Board
Verizon

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Washington Business Journal

Member
Arab Chamber of Commerce

Advisory Board Member
IWEI Corporation

Board Member
American Association for Medical Transcription

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Bizjournals

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Pacific Business News

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
SBA

Member
U.S. Congress

Member
Taxpayer Advocacy Panel

Board Member
Women's Policy Inc

Chairman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Boskatel International LLC

Chairwoman of the Small Business Survival Committee
Onvia Inc

Committee Chairwoman
Netscape

Member
Brain Trust

President and Chief Executive Officer
Women Entrepreneurs Inc.

Chair
The Center for Regulatory Solutions

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

Founder
Grow Fast Grow Right

Board Member
Women's Business Center Inc

Founder
New Group for Women Entrepreneurs

Advisory Board
Coalition for Responsible Business Finance

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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Experts Contest Global Warming Treaty: Its Truths, Myths And Economic Impact | NCPA

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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, PRESIDENT, SMALL BUSINESS SURVIVAL COMMITTEE


How A Trump Presidency Will Impact Small Businesses

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Karen Kerrigan, president and CEO of The Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council (SBE Council), looks forward to working with Trump's administration, stating that "His agenda of lower taxes and simplifying the tax code, relieving small businesses of excessive regulation and red tape, competitive solutions for more affordable health insurance, bringing down barriers to capital access and formation, leveraging our energy resources and America's energy renaissance more fully, smarter trade agreements, and advancing growth-oriented policies to restore healthy investment won the day."


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Karen Kerrigan is leading SBE Council into its 20th year of protecting small business and promoting entrepreneurship. For more than twenty years Karen Kerrigan's leadership, advocacy and training work has helped foster U.S. entrepreneurship and global small business growth. She is president & CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, and is the group's chief advocate for its members. SBI-Top-100-Winner-2013-125x125
Kerrigan regularly testifies before the U.S. Congress on the key issues impacting entrepreneurs and the economy, and has been appointed to numerous federal advisory boards including the National Women's Business Council, the U.S.-Iraq Business Dialog, the U.S. Treasury's Taxpayer Advisory Panel, and the National Advisory Committee for Labor Provisions of U.S. Free Trade Agreements. Kerrigan regularly engages with the President's cabinet and key advisors, and has participated in several White House economic summits, scores of events hosted by the Small Business Administration, U.S. Treasury Department and other federal government agencies and departments. She has written hundreds of Op-Eds and newspaper columns, and regularly appears on national television and talk radio programs.
Accolades for Karen's work.
She has been called America's "entrepreneurial envoy" and "small business ambassador" for her extensive speaking, knowledge sharing and capacity-building work overseas. Kerrigan is a founding member of the World Entrepreneurship Forum, and regularly provides counsel to governments and business associations across the globe regarding entrepreneurial development, capacity building and policy formation and implementation. She has traveled to Belarus, Kazakhstan, Tunisia, Morocco, Nepal, the Palestinian territories, among many other nations to work with business leaders and governments on reforms and programs to encourage entrepreneurship. Kerrigan is a board member and former chair of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), one of the core institutes of the National Endowment for Democracy, which works to strengthen democracy around the globe through private enterprise and market oriented reforms.
"The hardest working woman in show business," The Hill
In 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011 she was named a Top 100 Champion Small Business Influencer by Small Business Trends. CEO World Magazine named Kerrigan a "Top Power Woman in Crowdfunding" (November 2013), and in May 2016 she was presented with the New Capital Markets Leadership Award by the Crowdfund Intermediary Regulatory Advocates (CFIRA) and Crowdfund Capital Advisors for her steadfast leadership and work in making equity and debt-based crowdfunding legal. In November of 2009 Kerrigan was was awarded the "Small Business Advocate of the Year" by theNY Enterprise Report. Among other accolades, Inc. Magazine named Kerrigan to its small business "Best Friends in D.C." (2006) list as a "power broker and activist" with "serious clout" for entrepreneurs; Fortune Small Business to its "Power 30" list (2000); and The Hillnewspaper to its "most influential small business" list (2006) describing Kerrigan as "the hardest working woman in show business."In 1995,National Journalnamed Kerrigan to its short list of "K Street" activists most likely to have an impact on Capitol Hill. Campaigns and Elections Magazinenamed her as one of its "Rising Stars in Politics" in its April 1996 issue.
Kerrigan graduated from SUNY Cortland with a B.A. in Political Science, and resides in Northern Virginia.

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