Elizabeth Wilson is the Executive Director of the Georgia Micro Enterprise Network, GMEN, the State Microenterprise Association for small, micro and agribusinesses in Georgia. She has provided professional leadership and training in the development of nonprofit services and management including program design, project planning, marketing and fundraising. She has a strong knowledge of urban, economic, and small business development, and has done a tremendous job in community development in Georgia and across the country.
Ms. Nikki Arsenault SBA Program Specialist
Nikki Arsenault is the current SBA Program Specialist for the Georgia Micro Enterprise Network. Ms. Arsenault has nearly 10 years of experience working in the non-profit sector in a variety of capacities, with strengths in grant program support, grant writing and editing, event planning and communications. She most enjoys supporting projects that serve underserved populations.
Nikki works remotely for GMEN from her home office in New London, NH. In her free time she enjoys vegetarian cooking, hiking, and spending time with her rescue chihuahua, Coco.
Development & Site Manager
Erik Scott manages all aspects of GMEN USDA programs. Under GMEN’s two previous USDA grants, Erik has assisted in expanding GMEN’s presence to cover all 12 service delivery areas of the state. Erik provides technical and educational assistance to MDOS (Micro Enterprise Development Organization) and assists in the development of GMEN Agribusiness and Entrepreneurial conferences & town hall meetings.
Executive Project Manager
Sonya Toomer serves as the Lead Administrative Support Manager responsible for the maintenance of GMEN’s information technology systems, including direct maintenance and development of GMEN’s website, social media, smartphone App, team projects and communications. Sonya has extensive training in a variety of areas, including local area network (LAN) maintenance, programming, and website development. She is a former IBM Employee.