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Esther 女士是歐巴馬總統在去年(2009年)8月11日任命，為中小企業署全全國監察部門副主任，辦公處在Washington DC，Esther有數十年政府行政經歷，詳細經歷請見附件。希望大家踴躍参加。
Hi, dear members and friends, just a reminder for the seminar on 2/11/10 held by SBA:
Next TIAGH dinner meeting will be @ Yao Restaurant at March 10,2010 Wednesday 6:30pm, further notice will be sent later.
Release Date: August 11, 2009
Contact: Carol Chastang (202) 205-6987
Release Number: 09-56
Internet Address: http://www.sba.gov/news
Esther H. Vassar Named SBA’s National Ombudsman
WASHINGTON – Esther H. Vassar has been appointed National Ombudsman and assistant administrator for Regulatory Enforcement Fairness for the U.S. Small Business Administration by SBA Administrator Karen G. Mills.
“With her experience managing a state regulatory agency, Esther Vassar brings to the National Ombudsman’s office first-hand knowledge of what it takes to build partnerships between government and business,” said Administrator Mills. “The office of the National Ombudsman is a good match for Esther’s talents, and I have no doubt she will contribute greatly to improved cooperation between small business and federal regulatory agencies.”
Vassar most recently served as commissioner and chair for Virginia’s Alcohol Beverage Control Board. Appointed to a four-year term by Governor Mark Warner in 2002, she directed all aspects of sales and regulation of alcoholic beverages in Virginia. Reappointed as chair in 2006 by Governor Tim Kaine, Vassar led underage drinking and driving public service campaigns, and established partnerships with the U.S. Army and the Norfolk Naval Base to provide information to military personnel about the prevention of alcohol abuse and drunk driving.
From 1994 to 2002 she ran E.H. Vassar Enterprises, a marketing firm whose clients included Dominion Virginia Power and the City of Richmond. Before starting her own company she was director of the Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise in Governor L. Douglas Wilder’s administration.
The Office of the National Ombudsman assists small businesses when they experience excessive or unfair federal regulatory enforcement actions, such as repetitive audits or excessive fines and other unfair actions by a federal agency. Established in 1996 with the passage of the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act, the National Ombudsman’s office collaborates with 10 regional fairness boards, served by 50 small business owners from across the country.
The National Ombudsman’s office also works closely with more than 35 federal regulatory agencies to resolve complaints about excessive enforcement of federal regulations during hearings held in cities nationwide. Additional information about the Office of the National Ombudsman is available at www.sba.gov/ombudsman.
Esther H. Vassar
U.S Small Business Administration National Ombudsman and
Assistant Administrator of Regulatory Enforcement Fairness
Esther H. Vassar was appointed National Ombudsman and Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Enforcement Fairness for the U. S. Small Business Administration in August 2009. In her former roles as director of a state regulatory agency and Virginia’s Department of Minority Business Enterprise, owner of two small businesses, and her prominent roles working with businesses and community organizations, Ms. Vassar brings first hand experiences that will greatly enhance the communication and relationships between small businesses and federal regulatory agencies.
Vassar, a three time gubernatorial appointee, is a graduate of Howard University, University of Virginia, and Harvard University Executive Program for State Officials, Virginia Executive Institute and Leadership Metro Richmond.
Prior to her appointment as National Ombudsman, Vassar serves as Commissioner of the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, a regulatory agency with more that 2,000 employees and 344+ retail liquor stores. She was first appointed to this position by Governor Mark Warner in 2002 and was reappointed as Chair of the Board in 2006 by Governor Tim Kaine. As alcohol commissioner, Vassar led underage drinking and driving public service campaigns, the alcohol education programs, and established partnerships with the U.S. Army and the Norfolk Naval Base to develop programs and provide information to military personnel about the prevention of alcohol abuse and drunk driving. Vassar’s leadership created partnerships among the military, state agencies, and the alcohol industry that produced two programs that won national recognition and awards: “The Safe Ride Home” program for the military and the “Alcohol and Aging: The Best Is Yet To Come” program.
Prior to joining ABC, from 1994-2002, Vassar was president and CEO of E.H. Vassar Enterprises in Newport News, an organization specializing in political consulting, fund-raising, event planning and corporate training. Her clients included Dominion Virginia Power, the City of Richmond, Bell Atlantic, and many others.
In 1990, Vassar was the gubernatorial appointee of Governor L. Douglas Wilder in charge of directing the Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise. In this role, Vassar administered the state's minority business procurement efforts, and she also created and executed the governor's African trade initiatives and monitored the purchasing procedures of all state agencies.
Vassar also served as an administrator and faculty member for more than 20 years at several universities in Virginia, North Carolina and Washington, D.C., including the University of Virginia, Howard University, The College of William and Mary, Hampton University, Virginia Commonwealth University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Ms. Vassar is most known and recognized for her contributions and service to her communities and the people in those communities. In 2008, Vassar was inducted into “The George Washington Spirits Society” for her extraordinary contributions to the international community through her dedication and remarkably effective advancement of alcohol related social responsibility and moderation. This award is presented by the Board of Trustee of the George Washington Spirits Society, in conjunction with Historic Mount Vernon and the Board of the Distilled Spirits Council to persons who exhibit not only great leadership, personal sacrifice, and dedication in his devotion to our country, but also the highest standards of integrity, responsibility, and service to society by the manner in which he or she conducts every aspect of his or her life and business enterprise.
Additionally, in 2008, Vassar received Dominion Virginia Power’s Strong Men and Women Excellence in Leadership award. In 2004 Vassar received the NAACP Oliver W. Hill Freedom Fighter Award, named in honor of the great civil rights attorney, Oliver Hill. Vassar received the 2002 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Greater Richmond Urban League for her exceptional contributions to the community and to the greater good of the citizenry.
Vassar has two children: her son Banyon and daughter Brenan both live in the Washington, DC area. She has two grandsons, Isaiah and Noah Vassar.
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