New COVID Relief $ - What You Should Know But Have Not Heard From Anywhere Yet!

11:00 am - 12:00 pm ET

Guest speaker: Sean Moore, Staff Director, Senator Ben Cardin (D-Maryland), Incoming Chairman, Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship

Sean is currently the Democratic Staff Director for the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Prior to joining the Committee in December 2016, Sean worked for Senator Barbara Boxer for nearly 20 years as a policy advisor, Legislative Director, and finally as her Chief of Staff. Sean began his Senate career in 1995 with Senator Joe Biden after graduating from the University of Delaware.

Moderator: Susan Au Allen, National President & CEO, USPAACC

Key takeaways:

  • how the new COVID Relief improves from the last round toward Asian American, Black, Hispanic, and Native American businesses
  • whether or not Senator Ben Cardin, the Incoming Chairman of Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship looks into the impact of "contract bundling", "contract consolidation", or "rationalization" on small businesses?
  • and other issues that the Incoming Chairman will add to the Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship's agenda

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