NFIB (National Federation of Independent Business), the state’s leading small business association, has announced the election of Kellie Loudin to the group’s statewide leadership council. Loudin is with Rumer-Loudin, Inc., a leader in HVAC, at locations in Barnesville and St. Clairsville, Ohio, and has been a member of NFIB for over 20 years. She has been active in local NFIB meetings in Southeast Ohio. Learn more about Kellie and her company at https://www.rumerloudin.com/
As a member of the group’s Ohio Leadership Council, she attends quarterly meetings that serve to guide the organization’s statewide activities. Members serving on the Leadership Council represent businesses of varying sizes and geographic areas of the state of Ohio. As a truly member-driven organization, the 38 members of the Leadership Council participate on committees, assist in the implementation of NFIB events across the state, as well as serving on statewide boards and commissions, and in their local governments.
“I am honored to be elected to the NFIB State Leadership Council and the first from Belmont County. NFIB is a powerhouse in the state of Ohio and nationally to look out for small businesses in the legislative and legal arenas. I am hoping I can bring a voice to the council from our area of the state and serve the council and small businesses in a beneficial way,” said Loudin.
“We are proud to have Kellie Loudin joining on our Leadership Council advancing the cause of Ohio’s entrepreneurs in their ability to own, operate, and grow their businesses,” said Roger Geiger, Executive Director of NFIB in Ohio. “As a member-driven association representing approximately 21,000 small-business owners in Ohio, NFIB serves as their voice. Active members like Kellie who give so much of their time and offer guidance on behalf of our membership, allow NFIB to faithfully represent small business at the Ohio Statehouse.”