On June 17, 2004 the campaign announced 105 small business leaders from across the nation who have joined in support of President Bush as part of the Small Business Leaders for Bush-Cheney '04.  Many of them were in Washington, DC for the NFIB National Small Business Summit, which Bush addressed that day.

Small Business Leaders for Bush-Cheney '04 Steering Committee
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Kirk Adams is the managing partner of The Adams Agency, located in Mesa, Arizona.  Among his distinctions, Adams was named the small business champion by th

Susan Au Allen is the president & CEO of the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce located in Washington, DC.

Nancy Almgren is a retired stock broker and was a candidate for the Maryland House of Delegates in 2002.  She was formerly a vice president at Morgan Stanley for 18 years and owned a market research company.  Almgren is also active with a number of community organizations and local government programs.  She is a member of the 1999 Class of Leadership Anne Arundel and is active with local Republican Women's organizations.  Almgren is a Small Business State Co-Chair for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign.

Donna Alvarado is the founder and current president of the Columbus, Ohio based Aguila International, an international business-consulting firm. Alvarado was formerly Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense with the U.S. Department of Defense and Counsel for the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Refugee Policy. She currently serves as a regen

Ralph Anderson is the current CEO of General Technology Corporation located in Albuquerque, NM.  Anderson was named a Small Business Ch

David Bailey is the president of Bailey Paint located in Conway, Arkansas.  He is a member of his local Chamber of Commerce and the Arkansas Subcontractor's Association.  He and his wife, Jane, reside in Conway.

Susan Bari is the president of the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the leading advocate for the advancement of women owned businesses.  Bari is a member of the Women's Leadership Board of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard

Jack Barrett is the president and CEO of First Citrus Bank, a state-chartered commercial bank located in Tampa, Florida.  Barrett is the treasurer on the board of trustees for a local hospital foundation.

Jim Bird is currently the president of a tile and marble company in Henderson, Nevada that he started 10 years ago.  Bird volunteers with the local organizations including Boy Scouts of America.  He has two adult sons.

State Senator Kenneth Blais is president of Digital Architecture Group, Inc., a Portland-based firm that specializes in consulting, software, and development of enterprise software for the academic community.  As a part-time business, Senator Blais also builds hardwood furniture.  Senator Blais represents the 20th District and serves on the labor committee.

Kimberly Brackett is the co-owner and vice president of Brackett's Market Inc., a grocery store in Bath, Maine with 50 employees.  Brackett is actively involved in a number of community service projects and organizations.  She and her husband, Steve, who co-owns the business, reside in

Victoria Braden is president and CEO of Braden Benefit Strategies, Inc., an insurance agency in Norcross, Georgia that specializes in providing employee benefits solutions to larger businesses.  Among her honors, Braden was selected to the Top Ten Business Women in the

Louie Burgarello is the president of Burgarello Alarms in Reno, Nevada. He is a member of the local Chamber of Commerce and the South Lake Tahoe Chamber.  He and his wife, Janice, started the company in 1972.  Toge

Susan Buschmann is vice-president/ treasurer of Mid-Missouri Office Machines, Inc., a full service, customized office solutions provider headquartered in Hermann, Missouri.  Buschmann serves on the leadership Council of a large business association, as well as membership in her local Chamber of Commerce.

Donna Cahill is a marketing and development consultant specializing in small business and start-up companies.  Cahill is also vice president of a local women's organization and was a team leader for Bush-Cheney 2000.  Residing in Chartwell with her family, Cahill is a Small Business State Co-Chair for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign.

Noelle Clark is vice president of Hasselbring-Clark, a Lansing, Michigan firm that distributes Cannon office equipment.  Clark previously served as director

Martin Cotanche is co-owner and treasurer of Traverse City Products Inc., an automotive components manufacturing company with 90 employees, headquartered in Traverse City, Michigan.   Cotanche is a member of the Traverse City Area Industrial Fund Board and lives in

Jim Courter is the vice chairman of the board and CEO of IDT Corporation, headquartered in Newark, New Jersey.   Courter represented New Jersey

Jerry Cox is the president of Cox Implement Company, Inc., a farm equipment dealership located in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.  He is active in the community and has served on the Walnut Ridge City Council for over 20 years and the local school board for 15 years.  He and his wife, Sandra, resid

Stan Crader is the president of Crader Distributing Company, a family owned business, which employs over 80 people. They provide wholesale outdoor power equipment and are headquartered in Marble Hill, Missouri.  Crader has lived in Mis

George Daniels is the president of Daniels Manufacturing Corporation, which has 150 employees and is headquartered in Orlando, Florida.  He is a business graduate of GeorgetownFlorida.

Charlie Davis is president and founder of Varsity Vests LLC headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Davis is a 2004 Delegate to the R

Martha de la Torre is the founder and president of El Clasificado, a Spanish language classified newspaper in Southern California with a circulation of over 160,000.  Her accolades include Latina Entrepreneur of the Year by the Latin Business Association and Hispanic Business Woman of the Year by the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

John V. Denver is broker and owner of John Denver Realty, headquartered in Sun City, California. Denver is involved in the community and currently serves on the Perris Union High

Richard Derickson is the president and CEO of Hiwasse Manufacturing Company, Inc., a family-owned business that makes stamped parts for the appliance industry, based in Jacksonville, Arkansas.  Derickson is active in the Republican Party and a community leader.  He was formerly an aerospace

John Dougherty is director of governmental affairs for the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, where he has spearheaded business support for key legislation, and helped salvage job training funds for businesses.  Prior to joining the Tucson Chamber, Dougherty operated the McCarthy Group, a lobbying consulting firm in Alexandria, Virginia

Debi Durham is the president of the Siouxland Chamber of Commerce and the Siouxland Initiative.  Durham is a native of Joplin, Missouri

Dave Dysinger is founder and president of Dysinger, Inc., a contract special tool builder and provider of precision machining services located in Dayton, Ohio.  He is past president of local tool and manufacturing association and past president of the TOOLVALLEY Network Foundation.

Ruth Fisher is the president of Jim Fisher Volvo, a longtime family owned auto business in Portland, Oregon.  Fisher is a graduate of and fundraiser for Oregon

Kevin Flagg is the vice-president of sales for Dilley Manufacturing Company, a family owned business based in Des Moines, Iowa.  Flagg is a Small Business State Co-Chair for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign.

Brian Flaherty is the owner/manager of Brico Electric, electric contractors and wholesale distributor of lighting systems and equipment, located in Clearwater, Florida.  He has also been appointed to serve on local boards focused on housing development and is active with his local Chamber of Commerce.

Dan Foley is a New Mexico State Representative for the 57th District and serves on the Business and Industry Committee and the Economic & Rural Development & Telecommunications Committee. He is also an insurance business owner and served in the Marine Corps for four years. Foley currently resides in Roswell, New Mexico and is active with local youth sports football teams and c

Leeanna Romn Fournier is president and owner of Providence Pediatric Medical Day Care Centers, a pediatric health care center headquartered in Camden, New Jersey.  Fournier also serves as founder and spokesperson for HIPP, Hispanics Impacting Public Policy, and was named one of 2003's 100 Most Influential Hispanics in

Neal Fuller is the founder and CEO of voterVOICE LLC, a national public affairs software company, headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Fuller is a former lobbyist and consultant.  In 2000, he also formed a national public affairs software company.  :place>.

John R. Gilliland is vice president for government relations at the Iowa Association of Business & Industry.  Gilliland served as Iowa Deputy Secretary of State, and in 1998 was the Republican nominee for Secretary of State.  Gilliland serves as president of the Prevent Child Abuse - Iowa Board of Directors and on the Cornell College Alumni Board of Directors.  Gilliland is a Small Business State Chair for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign.  He and his wife, Holly, live in West Des M

Richard Goldberg is the president of the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey. Goldberg also serves in leadership positions with local workforce boards and business organizations. Goldberg is a Small Business State Co-Chair for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign.

Curt Green formed Curt Green & Company Commercial Real Estate and Construction in 1982 in Texarkana, Arkansas. He is very active in civic organizations and is on the board of a historical association, Green is a Small Business State Chair for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign.  A lifelong resident of

Gustavo Gutierrez is president of Tortillas Inc., a tortilla manufacturing company located in Las Vegas, Nevada with over 75 employees. Gutierrez is active in the Hispanic community and is involved in a number of ethnic organizations across the state.

Jerry Halsey, Jr. is the president of Burrow Halsey Realty Group, Inc., a commercial real estate brokerage firm, located in Jonesboro, Arkansas.  Halsey, Jr. was voted Best of the Best in Real Estate Sales by the readers of the Jonesboro Sun.  Jerry was also designated as certified c

Jim Haney has been president of Wisconsin Manufacturer and Commerce for 19 years.   He was an aide to Wisconsin's Governor Warren Knowles, served as assistant to the Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Industry, Labor and Human Relations and as Deputy Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Revenue under Governor Lee Dreyfus.  He also serves on the board of the Wisconsin Foundation for the Arts and is president of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters.  Haney is a Small Business State Chair for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign.

Joyce Haver is the president and founder of Rainmakers, a consulting firm in Phoenix, Arizona that specializes in business development and marketing.  Haver was ranked as one of the top 10 most influential businesswoman in Greater Phoenix and profiled on the front page of The Wall Street Journal as one of Arizona's leading bus

Noel Hentschel is the chairman and CEO of American Tours International (ATI), co-founded by Hentschel in 1977.   Hentschel also founded The Noel Foundation, a not for profit organization focused on creating and funding projects to help women and children.  Hentschel lives in Los Angeles, California.

Janis Herschkowitz is president and CEO of the Cornwall, Pennsylvania-based PRL, Inc., a manufacturing business providing machining services and high specification castings.  Herschkowitz also serves on a number of business boards and advises a state organization on regional business conditions.  She is on the board of directors of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry.  Herschkowitz is a Small Business State Chair for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign.

Brad Hicks is the president and CEO of the Medford/Jackson County Chamber of Commerce.  Hicks is a Small Business State Co-Chair for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign.  He and his wife, Kimberly, live in Medford, Oregon, and are very active in their community.

Vail Horton is the founder and CEO of Keen Mobility in Portland, Oregon, a developer, manufacturer and distributor of functional assistive devices that enable mobility, safety and independence.  In 2003, Horton was recognized by United States Senator Gordon Smith as an Oregon Health Care Hero for his work on behalf of the physically

Bruce Hottle is vice president of Eagle Concrete in Somerset, Pennsylvania, which produces reinforced concrete pipe and original precast concrete products and has 30 employees.  Hottle is serving on the board of the Somerset County Chamber of Commerce and is a member of several business organizations.&

David Hurley is the president of Landmark Engineering & Surveying Corp., located in Tampa, Florida, where he employs 70 people.  Hurley is serving in his sixth year as chairman of a large business organization in Florida

James Hutchison is the owner of Prairie Industries, a contract manufacturing and packaging  food and non-food products operation, located in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin.  Hutchison started his business with 7 people and now has 300 employees.  He serves on the Industrial Development Board.  Hutchison is a graduate of the

Wayne Johnson is the president and owner of Vista Media Productions, a television, radio, and internet production company located in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  He is active in local Republican organizations and activities.  Johnson is a second generation

Linda Jolicoeur is the president of Target Equipment Leasing, Inc., located in Farmington Hills, Michigan.  Jolicoeur is a member and past-president of the Greater Detroit Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners and has served as a member of the Small Business Advisory Board to the Federal Reserve Bank in

Sydney Tucker Jones, III is the president of Hudson Valley Paper Company, a wholesale paper merchant established in 1875 and headquartered in Albany, New York.  He is the fourth generation of his family to lead the firm. Jones has also served on the board of a local university and is the chairman-elect of the National Association of

George Kassas is founder and executive vice president of Cedar Point Communications, a cable network company based in Derry, New Hampshire.

Ramesh Khatter is president of Arch Drugs and Sporting Goods, Inc. located in Reno, Nevada.  Khatter also owns a sandwich shop and a gift shop located in the hotel Golden Phoenix

Chuck Kimmel is the president of Allied Truck Equipment with 23 employees, headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  He was recently selected as a Board of Trustee for the National Truck Equipment Association.  Kimmel's civic involvement includes serving on the and completed his education at Central Michigan University.

Wendy Lane is president of Lane Marketing Communications, a full-service public relations firm in Portland, Oregon.New York's Tobe-Coburn School of Merchandising.  She is a Small Business State Chair for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign.

Ella Leeper is the owner of Desert Envelope and Paper of Albuquerque, New Mexico, a wholesale manufacturer of paper products and envelopes, and employs 40 people.  Leeper is a certified member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council and the Rocky Mountain Supplier Development Council.  She and her husband, Arthur, have two children.

Mara Letica is the executive vice-president of Letica Corporation, a manufacturer of plastic and paper industrial containers with more than 100 employees at its Rochester, Michigan plant.   In 1992, she was nominated as Ambassador to

Al Letizio, Jr. is president of A.J.Letizio Sales & Marketing, Inc., a sales and brand management corporation based in Windham, New Hampshire. Al is a graduate of the University of

Gary Levy is the president of State St. Discounts, a home and appliance store located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.  Levy has been an active advocate for small business issues in New Hampshire.

Ted Lillie and his partner Jeff Enright are third generation publishers of a group of 13 weekly newspapers, distributed to over 120,000 homes in the St. Paul, Minnesota suburbs.  Lillie is on the board of directors of the St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce and founded Co-Action Academic Resources, a local post secondary scholarship pr

Gary Marsden is the CEO of Marco Business Products, a computer systems integrator in St. Cloud, Minnesota.  He also serves as an advisory board member on a statewide, private-sector business expansion initiative.  Marsden received the 2001 Minnesota Entrepreneurial Success Award.

Charles Marshall is the president of Grismer Tires, Inc., a tire and automotive service company located in Dayton, Ohio, with 240 employees.  He is a native of Cincinnati.

Martha Stobaugh McCaskill is the co-owner, executive broker and relocation director for Roddy McCaskill Realty located in Little Rock, Arkansas. McCaskill is president-elect of the Little Rock Realtors Association as well as a founding partner of Women Impacting Public Policy.  McCaskill is a member of numerous organizations, and is

Sherman McCorkle is president and CEO of Technology Ventures Corporation, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  He has served in this capacity since the company's inception in 1993.  McCorkle is founder and charter director of a local bank and recipient of the New Mexico Distinguished Public

Tom McMahon is the vice president of operations at Barker Company Ltd., a manufacturer of refrigerated specialty display cases headquartered in Keosauqua, Iowa.  McMahon and his wife, Clarissa, live in Fairfield.

Michael Medart is the president of Medart Inc., an Arnold, Missouri-based distributor to the marine and engine industries.  Medart Inc. is also a technical educator representing manufacturers in the lawn and garden industry, located in St. Louis, Missouri.  He is a member of the Regional Ch

Laura Monica is president and founder of High Point Communications Group, Inc. headquartered in Bow, New Hampshire, where she works with the public and private sector clients on strategic communications plans. Monica has appeared on national television on CNN and C-Span, as well as on local television, and has been quoted extensively by The Union Leader,

Todd Moss is the CEO of the architectural firm Cannon, Moss, Brygger & Associates, a thirty person firm with offices in Sioux City, Iowa and Grand Island,

Amy Mulkerin is the president of Mulkerin Associates Real Estate located in Portland, Maine and a real estate developer with over 100 employees.  She is a member of the National Association of Realtors, Maine Association of Realtors, Portland Board of Realtors and Women's Council of Realtors.

Terry Neese is president of WIPP - Women Impacting Public Policy, a national bi-partisan public policy organization advocating for women in business with over 500,000 members.  She is also the CEO of Terry Neese Personnel Services and Co-Founder of GrassRoots Impact, a corporate and government public policy strategies firm.  Neese resides in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Jose Nieves is the owner of the Ahhsome Gourmet and Gauchos Steakhouse located in the Manchester, New Hampshire. He came to the United States from South Americ

Michael Nowak is the president, founder and co-owner of Coating Excellence International.  Nowak is the recipient of the 2003 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year award.  He is on the American Forest Products and Association board and a member of the Green Bay Chamber of Commerce. He and his wife, Carol, have four adult children.

Bill Parsley is the president of Carswell Distributing Company, a distributor of lawn and garden power equipment and parts, home heating appliances and power sports products, located in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Parlsey also currently serves as chairman of the board of the National Association of Wholesaler Distributors.

Dick Peerson is the owner of Wallstreet Insurance Agency, an independent firm located in Jefferson City, Missouri.  He and his wife, Kathy, live in Jefferson City

Jerry E. Pierce is the president of Restaurant Equipment World, a food service and equipment company in Orlando, Florida.  Pierce is also a founding member of the board of directors of Pride, Inc., and was formerly on the board of directors of Food Equipment Distributors Association.  He re

Ray Pinard is the president of R.E. Pinard & Co. He has owned this New Hampshire based company for 11 years and works to develop growth strategies to help clients maximize the value of their business.   A lifelong resident of New Hampshire, Pinard has two grown daughters and it very active in the Republi

James Proctor is the president, CEO and co-founder of WiDeFi, a wireless technology and solutions development company headquartered in Melbourne, Florida.  Proctor has over 15 years of experience in vision development and building high powered engineering and marketing teams, and has over 35 patents to his name.

George Puentes is president of Puentes Brothers, Inc., a 25 year old business supplying tortillas throughout the Northwest.  His company employs over 150 people.  Puentes served on the Salem Oregon City Council and currently participates on the board of directors of several large companies.

Mary Jane Rebick is co-owner and executive vice-president of Copy Systems Inc., headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas with over 75 employees statewide.  Rebick is also co-owner of a high quality printing and graphic arts business, past president of National Association of Women Business Owners, and a former public school teacher.

Rhoda and Glen Reeves are the president and vice-president respectively of Horizon Screen Printing, Inc., a family owned and operated business with 25 employees in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.  Rhoda and Glen are active in local civic and community activities.

Charles Resnick is the managing director for Inflexion Management Company in Orlando, Florida, an early stage venture capital fund focused on software and medical device companies.  Resnick has worked in a number of industries including technology, banking, and consumer goods. He holds an A.B. degree and MBA from

Sandie Ridings is the president of the Professional Growth Institute, her business consultant company in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Ridings was awarded the prestigious Rising Star Award from the Charlotte Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners. Ridings was also appointed by the Charlotte City Council to the Cit

Kevin Robertson is the president and co-owner of Sierra Nevada Construction, a grading and paving construction company in Reno, Nevada.  Robertson is an active small business leader who lends his company's services to pave one athletic track a year for needy organizations in addition to

Jim Roddey was elected as Allegheny County Executive on November 2, 1999, and he took office on January 3, 2000.  He has served as chairman or president of five private companies based in Alleghe Corps.  He and his wife, Elin, live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the have two children and three grandchildren.

Burton "Skip" Sack is the chairman/partner of Classic Restaurant Concepts, located in Longboat Key, Florida and Boston, Massachusetts, where he is responsible for the creation,

Paul Senory is the executive vice president of SenCommunications, Inc., a certified woman-owned national and international telephone headset distributor located in Tampa, Florida.

Jeff Sherman is one of three co-founders and serves as vice president of marketing for Milwaukee.com, the city's only daily magazine as well as an online city guide.  Sherman is a graduate of Marquette University  He and his wife, Stephanie, live in downtown Milwaukee.

Bob Smith is president and chief investment officer of Spero-Smith, an investment management and financial planning firm located in Beachwood, Ohio. Smith is also serving on a financial advisory board and received the Entrepreneur of the Year award from Ohio

Randy Sokol is the owner of Tee Jayes Country Place, a chain of diners in Columbus, Ohio.  Sokol received the National Restaura

Mark Sonderen is the president of Sonderen Packaging, a second generation family business that manufactures folding paper boxes for the food industry, headquartered in Spokane, Washington.  Sonderen is on the board for the Boy Scouts and president-elect for the Spokane Rotary Club.

Senator Vic Sprouse owns and manages fitness centers in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Senator Sprouse was first elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates in 1994 from the 30th District of Kanawha County. He is one of the youngest people to ever serve in the West Virginia Senate.

Kathleen Stockham is the vice president of marketing for the Charlotte, North Carolina-based Bizjournals.com, the largest publisher of business journals.  Stockham is a National Founding Partner for WIPP.org (Women Impacting Public Policy) and on the W Stands for Women National Steering Committee for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign. She and her husband reside in Charlotte, NC

Michael Thibodeau is the co-owner and vice-president of Vaugh, Thibodeau & Sons, Inc., located in the Bangor, Ellsworth and Belfast region in Maine.

Joan Thompson is the executive vice-president and CFO of Minnesota Wire & Cable Company.  The company has 158 employees with its headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota

Ed TinsleyII is the president and CEO of K-Bob's USA, Inc., headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Tinsley was recently elected treasurer of the National Restaurant Association and serves as vice-chairman on a committee.  He has served on a number of non-profit boards including local hospitals, banks, and museums and is a graduate

Christopher Wakim is president and CEO of Foundation Corp, Pointe Properties, LLC and Boston Park Properties, Inc., which has 25 employees.  Wakim is a West Point Grad and a disabled veteran with a masters in public policy from Harvard University.  He and his wife, Jeannet

C. Alan Walker of Clearfield, PA, currently serves as president and CEO of Bradford Energy Company, Inc., which has 100 employees.

Ron Walters is the owner of R.N. Walters and Associates, a small insurance business that handles employee benefits and structured settlements. He has been a member of the Charleston Chamber of Commerce since 1996 and is active in local community organizations.

Tracy Weekley owns Twin Drilling Company, an oil and gas construction company and Hard Rock Exploration, Inc., an oil and gas exploration company.  Weekley is a member of several business and industry associations including the Independent Oil and Gas Association and the Independent Petroleum Association of America.   He and his wife, Susan, have five children.

Brian Wells is the sole owner of the TEAM Construction, Inc., a Vancouver, Washington-based company that works on a wide range of projects which include new construction as well as remodel/renovation work.  Wells is the former Associated Builders and Contractors Pacific Northwest Chapter President.  He was the recipient of ABC's Kathleen Eldridge Outstanding Member Award, its National Grassroots Merit Award, and the Pacific Northwest Chapter's Merit Board Award for Outstanding Service.  Wells was named the Vancouver Entrepreneur of the Year in 2002 by the Vancouver Business Journal and Key Bank.

Whitney R. White is the managing partner of Inventive Development, a business advisory services firm located in Wayne, Pennsylvania. White has also served as an investment advisor and a public policy lecturer for the University of Pennsylvania Fels School of Government.  He is a member of the Pennsylvania Democrats for Bush coalition

Cherie Wood is the owner and president of Farmer's Insurance Agency in Las Vegas, Nevada, which she started with her husband in 1989.  Wood has also worked in sales, the automotive industry, and financial services.  Wood and her husband, Gary, have two teenage children, who both attend a Ch

Charese Yanney is a partner at the contacting company Guarantee Roofing which provides commercial and residential roofing and windows and is located in Sioux City, Iowa.  Yanney is on the board of a local radio station and is the vice chair of a large

Dick Yuengling is the president and CEO of D.G. Yuengling & Son.  D. G. Yuengling & Son is America's oldest brewers, established in 1829 and operated in Pottsville, Pennsylvania.

Nancy Zurbuchen is the president of Motional Media, a company that provides database and Internet development and is located in Kansas City, Missouri.  Zurbuchen is active in supporting women business owners. She co-founded a non-profit organization that works to promote and educate women business owners on public policy issues.