Monthly Hispanic Chamber Business Breakfast - Desayunando con La Camara de Comercio Hispana
Monthly Hispanic Chamber Business Breakfast - Desayunando con Su Camara de Comercio Hispana.
Desayunando con la Cámara - Monthly breakfast for members and non-members. Geared towards getting new Savannah Hispanic Chamber members to know each other and how their product or service can benefit the communities they serve.
Damos la Bienvenida a Nuevos Miembros We welcome our newest Members
Our speaker for this month's breakfast is Victoria Saxton from the
Small Business Assistance Corporation
Victoria Saxton is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at the Small Business Assistance Corporation (SBAC). In her role, she oversees cash flow planning, preparing and reviewing budgets, and tracking operational metrics. She has worked with SBAC for 7 years and has a total of 14 years of work experience in nonprofit accounting. Victoria completed her BBA in Accounting at Savannah State University and received her Master of Accounting Degree (MAcc) at Georgia Southern University. She is a graduate of the Savannah Area Chamber Leadership Savannah Class of 2019-2020 and sits on the City of Savannah Taskforce Subcommittee for Economic Empowerment and Wealth Development. Small Business Assistance Corporation (SBAC) is a non-profit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), certified by the U.S. Department of Treasury, and operating since 1989. SBAC is licensed by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) as a Community Advantage Lender, Certified Development Company (504/CDC), and a Microloan Intermediary. SBAC is also contracted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for lending to rural area businesses, manages the City of Savannah Business Loan programs, and services the Savannah Regional Small Business Capital Fund. SBAC offers twelve (12) different loan programs, with loan ranges from $1,000 - $5.5 Million, to assist start-up and established businesses across all economic and demographic sectors. SBAC strives for socio-economic improvement for all citizens through the expansion of small business by creating equitable access to capital.