In 2013, Tameka Montgomery was appointed by President Obama to lead the Office of Entrepreneurial Development at the U.S. Small Business Administration. In her capacity as Associate Administrator, she was charged with the management and oversight of $160 million dollars in federal funding for programs that support national entrepreneurial training and education such as, Small Business Development Centers, Women’s Business Centers, Regional Innovation Clusters, ScaleUp America, online education, and the national SCORE mentoring program. Ms. Montgomery believes that small businesses truly are the economic backbone of our nation. She has a passion for equipping individuals with the tools needed to achieve the American Dream of building a successful and thriving business.
We can’t say enough about the conversation Tameka and Katrina had about small businesses! Have a listen here.
This podcast is generously sponsored by Think Global. Think Global is a business advisory firm working with women entrepreneurs around the globe to scale their businesses to the next level.Entrepreneurial Development, small businesses, U.S. Small Business Administration