How to Support Entrepreneurs Through Periods of disruption | Washington Business Journal

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On Tuesday, May 10th, 2022, Kimberly Gayle and Shauna Yeldell – Wacif’s Chief Program Officer and Chief Lending Officer – co-authored an article published in the Washington Business Journal.

As we celebrate Small Business Month in D.C., Kimberly and Shauna remind us that entrepreneurs face a new normalcy of disruption today, from federal government shutdowns to the COVID-19 pandemic, and global economic uncertainty. These disruptions exacerbate the challenges faced by entrepreneurs of color.

In their article, Kimberly and Shauna outline different strategies ensuring that small businesses survive and thrive in the new normalcy of disruption.

Read Kimberly and Shauna’s article on Washington Business Journal Online.