New Mississippi SBDC Center Director Brings Unique Expertise and Passion for Small Business Development

Graham appointed director of MSU’s Mississippi Small Business Development Center

Mississippi Small Business Development Center Appoints Mary Graham as New Center Director

In a partnership with the Mississippi Small Business Development Center, Mary Graham has been appointed as the new center director at Mississippi State University. With her strong background in business development and commitment to fostering small business growth, she brings valuable experience to this role.

Graham is passionate about leading the Mississippi SBDC in its mission to support local entrepreneurs, enhance small business capabilities, and contribute to the state’s economic development. Coming from a background in commercial lending, she is excited about the new opportunity to work with the Mississippi Small Business Development Center team. She is honored to be a part of empowering small businesses in the state and is looking forward to building upon the center’s past successes.

Dean Scott Grawe of Mississippi State University’s College of Business expressed confidence in Graham’s abilities, emphasizing the importance of connecting business owners with the resources they need for success. Sharon Nichols, the Mississippi SBDC’s state director, is also thrilled to have Graham on board. Nichols believes that Graham’s leadership will significantly contribute to the success and growth of the businesses served by the center. With Graham’s leadership, the Mississippi SBDC will continue to have a positive impact on local economies and support the overall success of small businesses throughout the state.

The Mississippi Small Business Development Center plays a crucial role in providing resources, training, and guidance to entrepreneurs and small businesses. With Mary Graham leading

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