January 11, 2018

SBA tags CT lawyer as regional chief

Wendell G. Davis Jr.

Glastonbury attorney Wendell G. Davis Jr. is one of six newly appointed regional administrators for the U.S. Small Business Administration, the agency says.

Davis, who practices business law and commercial transactions, began his new job Monday, overseeing SBA's Region I programs, offices and operations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, said SBA Administrator Linda McMahon.

Davis succeeds Seth Goodall as Region I administrator.

SBA has 10 regions covering 50 states and U.S. territories. Hartford houses SBA's Connecticut office, with a satellite office in Bridgeport.

Davis comes from the DCB Law Group LLC, where he was a managing partner. He is a graduate of Central Connecticut State University and the University of Notre Dame Law School.

SBA's other newly appointed administrators include: Steve Bulger for Region II, covering New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands; Robert Scott, Region V, covering Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin; Thomas J. Salisbury, Region VII, covering Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska; Daniel P. Nordberg, Region VIII, for Colorado, North Dakota, Montana, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming; and M. Jeremy Field, Region X, Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

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