Professor Dawn Fotopulos Asked to Join Job Creators Alliance

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Job Creators Alliance (JCA), a non-profit organization founded by Bernie Marcus, Co-Founder of Home Depot, is pleased to announce Professor Dawn Fotopulos as the newest addition to the highly esteemed list of JCA CEO Leaders. JCA is the voice of real job creators in the debate on jobs and our economic crisis.

Professor Fotopulos is Associate Professor of Business at The King’s College, CEO of DF Consulting, Inc. and founder of award-winning website, BestSmallBizHelp.com. She has been on the front lines working with thousands of businesses for over fifteen years as a turnaround expert, certified facilitator in the Kauffman Fast Track Program, and panel moderator for the New York Times/American Express Small Business Summit Conferences. Her work is recognized across the U.S. and Eastern Europe.

Professor Fotopulos has held executive positions at Citibank. As a serial entrepreneur, she has successfully launched over 80 different businesses and product lines, making her a key addition to the growing roster of JCA CEO Leaders.

Recent reports from the ADP National Employment Report indicate a 30,000 drop in new jobs created in May. The Job Creators Alliance looks to continue its efforts to promote an environment where new businesses can flourish with the support of lawmakers. With JCA CEO leaders including Brad Anderson, former CEO of Best Buy; John Allison, CEO of BB&T Corporation and Tom Stemberg, CEO of Staples, Dawn Fotopulos provides invaluable on the ground intelligence on how small businesses are faring in this economy.

"Dawn asks the right questions and seeks out the answers that are real and needed by small business owners. She knows the problems they face not only because she coaches them and teaches them how to improve their numbers, but because she is a successful small business owner herself. Her ability to pinpoint a problem is astounding and we are very pleased to have Dawn on board to assist JCA in driving its mission of creating more jobs and improving America's economy." - Mary Lampe, Chief Executive Officer.

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