NASBC | Leadership Team

Cris YoungCris Young, President
EVP, Hudson Fasteners
Ms. Young is the Executive Vice President of Hudson Fasteners, Inc. a 60 year old industrial wholesale supplier. Ms. Young has over 20 years experience in procurement and management in corporate and small business environments.  She and Hudson Fasteners were awarded the PTAP Small Business of the Year 2004 by the Long Island Development Center.

Margot Dorfman, VPMs. Dorfman is the CEO of the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce and a passionate advocate for opening the doors to opportunity for small business owners.  Ms. Dorfman regularly establishes outreach to federal ageny and congressional leaders to build bridges to opportunity between small business and federal contracts.  She is frequently called upon to provide testimony before Congress on behalf of small business owners and frequently facilitates NASBC meetings and events.

Terry Williams
Ms. Williams has many years of experience as a business owner active in government contracting and is a policy expert on small business federal contracting issues.  She works regularly to provide contracting reports, whitepapers, policy strategies and advice to association, congressional and agency leaders on policy issues of importance to small business contractors.

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- Regular notifications of opportunities and sources sought requests
- Timely contracting related news, issues and insights
- Access to agencies, primes, and resources
- Discounts on our many contracting meetings, certifications, and promotions
NASBC is the key connecting point of our community

- We connect you to key agencies, primes, and business resources
- We connect small businesses with one another for information and teaming partnerships
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- NASBC member receive special opportunities to leverage the Small Business Contractors forum to promote your business, accomplishments, capabilities, and needs
- NASBC provides regular small business opportunity sessions and contracting summits to help you raise the awarness of your business within government and prime contractor markets
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- Contracting opportunities are heavily influenced by clout within government circles
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- Your membership in the NASBC elevates the clout of the entire small business contractor community
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