The NESA Educates Federal, State and Local Policymakers on issues affecting the Economic Security of the United States
We Educate Business Leaders and
the General Public on Issues Affecting the Economic Security of Our Great Nation.
We have a specific focus on assisting small and medium-sized enterprises . . .
particularly those that are minority-owned
and that are operating in underserved and
economically depressed inner cities.
We Conduct Research on Issues Affecting the Economic Security of Our Country, Which Can Then Be Utilized to Educate All Americans on the Impact Economic Security Issues Has on America's Future Stability and Resilience.
The NESA has established the Connected Communities Project to focus on supporting the economic and social well being of underserved and underprivileged elements of communities across America. These efforts target educating local political, government support, and community leaders on the important role that small and medium-sized businesses have in the overall resilience, viability, and sustainability of the local economy.
The NESA has established this series of leadership awards to honor Judge Webster’s distinguished career as a respected and treasured leader whose legacy serves as a role model for all Americans and is an inspiration for so many. It is also designed to recognize those in public service who have demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and have set an example for others to follow. Leaders in the various categories of these awards play a significant role in ensuring the current and future economic security of the country.