Todd McCracken currently serves as president of National Small Business Association (NSBA), directing all activities of the advocacy-oriented association. Mr. McCracken became president of NSBA in 1997. Mr. McCracken started with the association in 1988, previously serving as vice president of government affairs.
Mr. McCracken represents the organization in myriad settings, working directly with policymakers, commenting in the media, educating small businesses, and coordinating with other advocacy organizations. As director of its government affairs arm, Mr. McCracken played a key role in developing NSBA’s policies on issues and the strategies in implementing them. Since coming to the association, Mr. McCracken has testified before Congress numerous times about issues ranging from fundamental health care reform to tax code restructuring.
Mr. McCracken also is a frequent commentator in the media, having appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, CBS Evening News, and NBC Nightly News as well as in the Financial Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and myriad other publications.
As a non-partisan organization, NSBA works proactively with elected and administration officials to promote policies that support small business growth and development. NSBA is the nation’s oldest small business organization. It was founded in 1937.
A native of New Mexico, Mr. McCracken is a graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, with a B.A. in Economics.