Business on the Edge, Incorporated Small Business Coach Receives a City of San Jose District 4 Heroes Award

Margaret Jackson business coach, public speaker, and radio host is recognized and honored by San Jose Councilmember Kansen Chu at the 4th Annual District 4 Community Recognition Breakfast.

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City of San Jose District 4 Heroes Award

I am one of many, and I receive this award on behalf of the District 4 community.

San Jose, California (PRWEB) January 22, 2014

Small business coach Margaret Jackson receives a City of San Jose, District 4 Heroes award. Margaret Jackson, affectionately, known in the Bay Area as a business purpose coach, a supporter of small business development, inspiring women, and high school & college students as today's leaders. She is a business radio talk show host for AM 1220 KDOW and a public speaker that advocates for the little guy. “It is an honor to receive the District 4 Heroes award. It was very-much unexpected; I receive it respectfully, and proudly. It represents our community and the many volunteers that support it daily. I am one of many, and I receive it on behalf of the District 4 community. ” (CEO, Margaret Jackson, Business on the Edge, Incorporated)

District Heroes are nominated anonymously, by those that are community volunteers who are, also, dedicated and working hard for their community. Business Purpose Coach Margaret Jackson was nominated by Frank Cancilla the president of the Berryessa Business Association. “As a member of the Berryessa Business Association, Margaret has been instrumental in supporting the Taste of Berryessa. Margaret always makes herself available anytime the community needs her expertise and is always willing to help and support the small businesses in our community.” (President Frank Cancilla, Berryessa Business Association, and owner of FCC Realty)

San Jose City Councilmember Kansen Chu held its 4th Annual District 4 Community Recognition Breakfast where outstanding community members are recognized for their service to the community. This year, thirteen community members were recognized. “We celebrate and honor the outstanding District 4 Heroes in our community who have dedicated their time to make our community a better place to live. We are truly fortunate to have so many outstanding individuals and organizations in our community.” (Councilmember Kansen Chu, City of San Jose)

City of San Jose, 2014 District 4 Heroes:

Pastor Abel Rios
Cheryl Van Zuylen
Donald Wayne Brown
Doris Korn-Walker
Hermenia Cabalbag
Krystal Mora
Margaret Jackson
Chief Mike Hacke
Nikki Vitale
Dr. Robert Gross
Ty Greaves
Alpha Phi Omega, Gamma Beta Chapter
Kalani Germono

Business on the Edge is a San Jose / Silicon Valley leader in encouraging, motivating, and providing resources, tools, small business training and development for small businesses and women in business. It has a mass-media reach that supports small businesses and professional visibility through AM 1220 KDOW Business & Finance Radio and the online publication San Jose Women’s Business Examiner. For more information about Business on the Edge, Inc. visit its website.

Public Relations Department
Business on the Edge, Incorporated
PO Box 611325
San Jose, California 95161
Phone:    408 357-0951
Fax:     408 435-7971
Email: publicrelations(at)businessontheedge(dot)biz


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City of San Jose District 4 Heroes Award City of San Jose District 4 Heroes Award

Margaret Jackson, Frank Cancilla, San Jose Councilmember Kansen Chu