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Small Business Majority invites you to their webinar

What Now? Navigating Healthcare Resources and Economic Recovery for Georgia’s Small Businesses

About this webinar

Many sole proprietors and self-employed individuals are finding it difficult to access healthcare and other resources as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Join Small Business Majority, Georgia House Minority Leader, Robert Trammell, the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, Georgians for a Healthy Future for a free webinar roundtable event to discuss the healthcare marketplace updates and how to identify resources to access healthcare.

Topics of discussion include:

  • Economic recovery for small businesses
  • Healthcare policy updates
  • Healthcare marketplace updates
  • 1331 federal waiver comment period
  • Tools and resources available for small businesses
  • Q&A

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Alyssa Green Outreach and Education Manager @ Georgians for a Healthy Future

    Alyssa Green is GHF's Outreach and Education Manager. In this role, she engages consumers and communities in conversation about how health policy impacts their lives and provides tools and resources to help them engage in the health policy-making process.

  • Guest speaker
    Laura Harker Senior Policy Analyst @ Georgia Budget and Policy Institute

    Laura Harker is a senior policy analyst at GBPI where she is responsible for researching and reporting on Georgia’s health policies and related spending.

  • Team member
    Small Business Majority

    Small Business Majority is a national small business advocacy organization, founded and run by small business owners to ensure America's entrepreneurs are a key part of a thriving and inclusive economy.

  • Guest speaker
    Representative Bob Trammell House Minority Leader @ Georgia House of Representatives

  • Guest speaker
    Rachel Shanklin Georgia Outreach Manager @ Small Business Majority

    Rachel Shanklin manages Small Business Majority’s outreach, education and policy efforts in the state of Georgia. Using her communication and public policy skills, Rachel builds and fosters strong relationships with communities, business organizations and small business owners throughout the state.

Small Business Majority

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