Small Business and the Environment: Norris Lozano in San Francisco for ecoAmerica Board Meeting

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Norris Lozano, CEO of California-based small business lender BusinessUS ( is traveling to San Francisco for the board meeting of ecoAmerica. Lozano, who has spent over a decade utilizing small business finance to create financial, community and environmental change, has been an ecoAmerica board member for more than 5 years.

Norris Lozano ( ), the CEO of small business lender BusinessUS is traveling to San Francisco to the board meeting of ecoAmerica, the national environmental messaging organization. Lozano has been an ecoAmerica board member for over five years, and serves along with such leading environmental activists as Ed Begley, Jr., Aimee Christensen, Theodore Roosevelt V, Lisa Renstrom, Bob Perkowitz, and Emeritus Director Daryl Hannah. The Board meeting is Friday, February 7th.

“The fascinating and important work ecoAmerica does to bring global climate change into the conversations of all Americans’ is critical to creating a groundswell of action,” said Lozano. “I am very pleased and honored to contribute to the leading edge of this conversation.”

ecoAmerica ( grows the base of popular support for climate solutions with research-driven marketing, partnerships and national programs that connect with Americans’ core values to bring about and support change in personal and civic choices and behaviors.

Efforts include the Princeton Review Green Ratings system, MomentUS and Nature Rocks, The American Climate and Environmental Values Survey, work with the MacArthur Foundation, the National Christian Foundation, National Resources Defense Council, among other mission-oriented groups.

BusinessUS is a national non-bank lender missioned to bring capital to American small businesses that cannot get credit elsewhere. The Company combines deep lending experience and relationships with the most advanced technology tools to deliver small business loans of up to $5 Million quickly and efficiently. For more information, please visit

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