Local businesswoman re-elected as chair of national group

Indianapolis businesswoman Jean Wojtowicz was re-elected Friday to chair the Virginia-based National Association of Development

Wojtowicz is executive director of the Indiana Statewide Certified Development Corp., one of 270 certified development companies
in the country that help provide business-expansion loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 504 loan program.

NADCO is the national trade association for the certified development companies.

Wojtowicz was re-elected at a meeting in Savannah, Ga., and will serve a second one-year term.

In her first year, NADCO and the SBA helped interpret elements of the federal stimulus package that affect commercial lenders
and borrowers.

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