Appointment for the White House Conference on Small Business Commission
The President today appointed 11 members to the White House Conference on Small Business Commission and designated New York businessman Alan Patricof to be the Commission's Chair. The Commission is responsible for developing recommendations for Executive and legislative action to encourage the economic viability of small business and for convening the 1994 White House Conference on Small Business.
"I am very proud to have put together this outstanding group of people to serve on this Commission," said the President. "I am committed to expanding opportunities for small business and look forward to receiving this Commission's advice."
In addition to the Chairman, the members of the Commission are: Merle Catherine Chambers; Rudolph I. Estrada; Clark Jones; Mary Francis Kelly; Peggy Zone Fisher; Larry Shaw; C. Hough Friedman; Brian Lee Greenspun; Josie Natori; and Gary M. Woodbury.
NOTE: Biographies of the appointees were made available by the Office of the Press Secretary.
William J. Clinton, Appointment for the White House Conference on Small Business Commission Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/217592