The Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (H.R. 133) was signed into law December 27, 2020 and will provide more than $900 billion in emergency assistance due to impacts by the COVID pandemic.
Applications are expected to open for federal small business support by January, 6, 2021, so time is of the essence to understand eligibility for communities. In this webinar we will discuss how relief aid will assist small businesses, non-profits, and citizens within your community.
Live Event Recorded
January 12, 2021
Who Should Attend: Economic Development Staff, City Managers, Elected Officials, Main Street Directors, Chamber of Commerce Staff, Small Business Owners
Jenn is the president of Downtown Strategies, where her focus is on the revitalization of downtowns for our client communities. Through her Downtown Vision and Strategy Workshop process, Jenn advises communities on market analysis, tourism, economic vitality, and design updates for downtown areas.
She joined Retail Strategies with a 10 year career in community development and downtown revitalization. She previously served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership, a community development umbrella organization that consists of the Starkville Area Chamber of Commerce, Starkville Visitors & Convention Council, Oktibbeha County Economic Development Authority, and Starkville Main Street Association. She first joined the Partnership in 2009, where she was Vice President for Tourism Development. She held the positions of Chief Operating Officer and Interim Chief Executive Officer before assuming the CEO position full-time in January 2013.