NASE on Micro-Business

About the NASE

The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) is the nation’s leading resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, bringing a broad range of benefits to help entrepreneurs succeed and to drive the continued growth of this vital segment of the American economy. The NASE is a 501(c) (6) nonprofit organization and provides big-business advantages to hundreds of thousands of micro-businesses across the United States. For more information, visit the association’s Web site at

Meet the NASE Bloggers
So who’s behind NASE on Micro-Business? Allow us to introduce ourselves…

keith_extraKeith Hall@coyotekeith – My official title at the NASE is COO, which I think is Latin for “do what everyone tells me to do.” I’m also behind the NASE TaxTalk program, although I often feel like I’m under the NASE TaxTalk program. One of my favorite things to do is laugh, second only to making a difference.
Keith on Twitter; Keith on LinkedIn

Molly Nelson@mollyknelson – I help out with the NASE’s legislative advocacy, communications, and public relations. From attending hearings on the Hill to helping select the cover design for the member magazine, I’ve always got something new going on. I like practicing yoga, running through different parts of the city, and I’m an admitted etymology/grammar nerd.
Molly on Twitter; Molly on LinkedIn

Kristin Oberlander@koberlander – In public affairs, my job is to serve as a link between the association, micro-businesses and the media. When I have down time, I enjoy drinking large quantities of coffee, contemplating how I will cram one more pair of (un)needed shoes into my closet and finding creative ways to remove my dog’s hair from my clothes, car, own hair and food. My biggest pet peeve is drivers who don’t understand 4-way stops. 
Kristin on Twitter; Kristin on LinkedIn

Maureen Petron@maureenpetron – I cover communications for the NASE, which means everything from the member magazine to programs like our achievement award and college scholarships (yes, I actually get to show up like Ed McMahon with a big check twice a year!). In my fantasy world, I’d be a master chef, wine snob and fast runner.
Maureen on Twitter; Maureen on LinkedInKristie 5

Kristie Arslan– @klarslan–  I head up the advocacy efforts for the NASE, thus I spend most of my time on Capitol Hill educating legislators on how key issues such as health care, tax, and the lagging economy affect the self-employed.  When I am not running around trying to convince policymakers to pay attention to micro-business, I spend my time singing nursery rhymes to my daughter and helping my husband with his small business.


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