SBDC At Morehouse

Welcome to the SBDC at Morehouse

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides tools,
training and resources to help small businesses grow and succeed.
Designated as one of Georgia’s top providers of small business
assistance, the SBDC has 18 offices ranging from Rome to Valdosta
to serve the needs of Georgia’s business community. Since 1977,
our network of partners has helped construct a statewide ecosystem
to foster the spirit, support, and success of hundreds of thousands of
entrepreneurs and innovators.

The Small Business Development Center, a Public Service and
Outreach Extension of The University of Georgia, is funded in part by
the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The University of
Georgia Small Business Development Center is nationally accredited
by the Association of SBDCs.

The UGA SBDC at Morehouse College offers no-cost, confidential business consulting services complemented with training programs for established business owners and those starting a business. The SBDC also offers workshops, classes and conferences for entrepreneurs, small business owners, and their key employees on a variety of topics including strategic planning, procurement, marketing, financing, human resources, and more. See the SBDC’s upcoming programs.

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Bart Njoku-Obi, Interim Area Director

Bart offers 18 years of experience in organizational strategy, business operations improvement, corporate development, and legal counsel. He is Entrepreneurial-minded with management or project experience at venture-funded technology startups and large enterprises, coupled with public service in regulatory compliance. He has consulted with firms in Silicon Valley CA, Research Triangle Park NC, Atlanta GA, and overseas. 

Bart is a Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence (CMQ/OE) by the American Society for Quality, and a Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP) by NASBITE International. He obtained an MBA from Wake Forest University in Information Technology Management and E-Business, and undergraduate degrees from NC State University in Economics and Agricultural Economics. Bart is also a licensed legal counsel in Georgia, California, and North Carolina. He is a graduate of NC Central University School of Law.

Bonita S. Moore, Administrative Associate

Bonita has over twenty years of experience in the field of contract management for small business and educational organizations. As Administrative Associate for the SBDC at Morehouse College, a historically black, private liberal arts institution for African American men, Ms. Moore handles operational aspects of the Center and assists the Area Director.

She has an outstanding record of accomplishment in program management, general accounting, procurement, and customer service.

Ms. Moore holds a baccalaureate degree in marketing from Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia and provides astute knowledge in that field as well as business management.

Upcoming Training …