Jocelyn Nager, Esq., President of Frank, Frank, Goldstein & Nager, P.C., a certified WBE company, past winner of the Dena Coye Women’s Entrepreneurship Award presented by the National Minority Business Council (NMBC), has been chosen to speak about debt collection. She will be speaking at the NMBC Second Annual Executive Management Program on May 6, 2014.
The primary purpose of The National Minority Business Council, Inc. is to enhance the success and profitability of the small business community through the provision of high-quality services, programs, advocacy and networking support. The secondary purpose is to act as an information clearinghouse for the women and minority owned business enterprise (MWBE) community.
Jocelyn Nager furthered her career 20 years ago at the firm as an associate. Today, as leader of a rapidly growing law firm devoted to debt collection, serving both major corporations and premier legal and accounting firms, and mother of two young children, she exemplifies the role of a leader and woman entrepreneur.
Along with her responsibilities of managing and growing her firm and raising two children, she also fulfills her personal commitment to helping others with her work on a steering committee at WPEO (Women Presidents’ Educational Organization), as an active member of The Harpur Law Council, Treasurer/Secretary of EANYC (Executives’ Association of New York City) and currently serves on the education committee of the IACC (International Association of Commercial Collectors).