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Clark Bihag SBA Senior Area Manager for Fairbanks

Sep 20, 2019 | Government, Right Moves

The US Small Business Administration (SBA) Alaska District Office announced the promotion of Clark Bihag to Senior Area Manager for the SBA Fairbanks Office, which serves Interior Alaska.

In his new role as senior area manager, Bihag plays a part in supervising SBA activities and connecting current and aspiring entrepreneurs with resources to start, grow, expand, and recover their businesses throughout the respective region.

“As the Fairbanks North Star Borough continues to grow, we need strong and effective leadership to continue to support this dynamic region,” SBA Alaska District Director Nancy Porzio said. “We are fortunate to have someone of Clark’s caliber and executive business experience to step into this role.”

Bihag has been with the SBA Alaska District Office as a business opportunity specialist since 2015. During the past five years he has been responsible for supporting the SBA government contracting and business development programs, as well as developing and conducting outreach and training to strengthen and improve business opportunities for both procurement agencies and eligible small businesses.

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