Small-biz coalition adds two advisers

The American Small Business Coalition announced today that it has expanded its advisory board with the addition of two new advisers.

The new board members are Allegra McCullough, former associate deputy administrator for government contracting and business development at the U.S. Small Business Administration, and retired Army Lt. Gen. Henry Doctor Jr., former inspector general of the Army and commanding general of the 2nd Infantry Division, Eighth U.S. Army, South Korea.

“They both bring tremendous knowledge and understanding of the challenges faced by small businesses and will be instrumental in advising the ASBC as we continue to enhance our support programs,” said Guy Timberlake, the coalition’s chief executive officer, in a statement.

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