NMSDC and USCC Presents:
The 2021 PPP and Stimulus Bill Town Hall
NEW PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM
Understand What the Paycheck Protection Program Means for You
January 6, 2021
2:30 — 4:00 PM (EST)
Live Webcast & Live Stream on YouTube
Don’t miss NMSDC and the US Chamber of Commerce (USCC) joint forum that will include a fireside chat with USCC experts on the new stimulus bill, Coronavirus Response and the Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act. Additionally, there will be a panel discussion with bankers and other financial institutions, familiar with the PPP application process, designed to share information and answer questions to assist MBEs with securing a PPP loan.
This forum will provide insights that will:
- Allow small businesses to take a 1st or 2nd PPP loan;
- Simplifies PPP loan forgiveness application for loans $150,000 or less;
- Permits tax deduction of PPP loan expenses;
- Eliminates payback of the EIDL grant;
- Extends the COVID-19 paid leave tax credit; and
- Provides provisions for service industry companies and under-represented entrepreneurs.
The 90-minute forum is slated for January 6th at 2:30 p.m. EST. Don’t allow your questions to go unanswered; we want to hear from you.
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Former President and CEO
National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc.
Adrienne Trimble is the former President and CEO of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC). She is a known thought leader for advancing corporate Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives. Prior to her role with NMSDC, Ms. Trimble was General Manager, Diversity & Inclusion at Toyota Motor North America, responsible for leading and executing diversity & inclusion strategies across Toyota’s North American operations.
Senior Vice President, Strategic Alliances and Outreach
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Rick C. Wade is senior vice president of Strategic Alliances and Outreach at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Wade develops and implements programs and initiatives to help the Chamber create new business relationships and partnerships across diverse audiences.
Carlton L. Oneal
and National MBE Input
Carlton L. Oneal is one of the managing partners of Light Speed, a privately owned eLearning and communications firm. Light Speed specializes in eLearning, multimedia video development and motion graphics.
Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer
US Chamber of Commerce
Neil Bradley, executive vice president and chief policy officer at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, has spent two decades working directly with congressional committee chairpersons and other high-ranking policymakers to achieve solutions.
Henry Childs II
Special Advisor to the NMSDC President
Mr. Henry Childs II was appointed as the National Director of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) on September 4, 2018. Director Childs is the 17th National Director of the agency. In his role, Director Childs has been laser-focused on getting minority-owned businesses to size and scale.
Managing Director, GM Cash Management, Chase Business Banking
JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Christopher Hollins is the GM of Cash Management for Chase Business Banking. He is responsible for ensuring Chase implements the optimal treasury products, marketing, sales and service strategies to deepen relationships with small business owners.
President and CEO
Dominik Mjartan is President and CEO of Optus Bank, a U.S. Treasury certified CDFI and an MDI (FDIC designated Minority Depository Institution). He spent more than a decade as a senior executive officer at a community development bank, Southern Bancorp, most recently as the Executive Vice President of Southern Bancorp, Inc. (SBI), a holding company for Southern Bancorp Bank and CEO of an affiliated lending company Southern Bancorp Community Partners (SBCP).
Carra Wallace is the president of MBE Capital Partners (MBECP), which was established with the strategic objective of developing straight forward financing products for small to midsize Minority and Women-Owned Businesses (MWBEs) over 21 years ago.