CARES Act Updates and PPP Loan Forgiveness Recommendations
Join the webinar to hear about CARES Act Updates, learn how to properly use PPP funds and how to get maximum loan forgiveness. Bring your questions and ask the experts at the webinar.
Marketing and Outreach Team Manager
Washington Metropolitan Area District Office (WMADO)
U.S. Small Business Administration
Mr. Suen is the Supervisor of Marketing and Outreach team at the SBA Washington
Metropolitan Area District Office. In his capacity, he is the point of contact for all activities in
promoting SBA’s services in assisting small businesses. Mr. Suen’s team provide assistance
to Small Business in counseling and training, event and project managements, Lenders
relationship and contracting supports. Mr. Suen is a veteran of United States Marine Corps.
Mr. Suen earned his B.A. from University of Hartford and MBA from the George Washington
Cherylyn Harley LeBon
Dunlap, Bennett, & Ludwig PLLC
Cherylyn LeBon's practice areas cover business, government contracting and nonprofits. Her clients benefit from Cherylyn’s 20+ years of experience in Washington, D.C. and abroad, including time as a high-ranking official at the Small Business Administration, the Department of Veteran Affairs, and as an advisor to Members of Congress and Presidential candidates.
Small Business Administration (SBA) Highlights: Deputy in Field Operations (overseeing half of the agency including 50 District Offices, 8A, Disaster, Compliance), Deputy Chief of Staff, and Assistant Administrator for Intergovernmental Affairs. Experience guiding clients through the requirements of the Small Business Administration and Treasury’s new CARES Act.
Cherylyn is also a Visit Fairfax – Board Member.
Harold L. Mohn Jr.
UHY Advisors Mid-Atlantic MD, Inc
Harold is the Chief Executive Officer of UHY Advisors’ Mid-Atlantic office in Columbia, Md., and has more than 30 years of experience providing audit, tax, and financial consulting expertise to a wide range of clients. He consults on various managerial accounting and complex tax issues, and with business and real estate owners on partnership tax issues. Harold performs oversight of client audit engagements, including construction businesses, not-for-profits, common interest realty associations, and other clients.
UHY LLP, certified public accountants, and UHY Advisors, Inc. work together in an alternative practice structure, to provide comprehensive audit, tax, advisory and related services to clients in a range of industries. UHY’s diverse group of professionals, including many fluent in Chinese, provide services to meet the needs of clients ranging from small business owners through the Fortune 500.
Lender Relations Specialist/Small Business Development Center Project Manager
Small Business Administration
A lifelong resident of the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area, Rod embraced the opportunity to play
football and run track at Bridgewater College for all four years. He was the captain of the track team his
senior year and graduated with a degree in Business Administration. He has a master’s degree in
Financial Management from the University of Maryland University College.
Johnson began his career in banking by rising from a young Commercial Banking Trainee to a Senior Vice
President having worked for three of the top five banks in the U.S. In 2008, he started his own business,
RLJ Financial Consultants, LLC, which provides commercial loan brokering and commercial lines of
insurance throughout the Greater Washington, D.C., area.
As part of his dedication to serving his community, Johnson has served on numerous Boards of Directors
for professional associations and non-profit organizations through the years. He is currently on the
boards of New Endeavors by Women and the Barber Family Foundation. Johnson also teaches financial
literacy classes through his church, and has been a certified personal trainer since 1993. He is a graduate
of Leadership Greater Washington 2011.
He is currently a Lender Relations Specialist/Small Business Development Center Project Manager for
the Small Business Administration. Rod says his job is to open the vault doors of banks for local, growing
and profitable companies.