SBA Minnesota’s First Female Director Nancy Libersky is Retiring
Friday, December 06, 2019
On Dec. 20, Libersky will wrap up a decade of service as the director of the Minnesota District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The Minnesota District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced that director Nancy Libersky is retiring after nearly a decade on the job and 30 years total with the SBA.
“It just feels like a good time,” says Libersky, 66. “I have given my best as a civil servant, and I have really loved being able to help small businesses reach their pinnacle… and also to really help with the economy so much.”
Libersky’s tenure as district director began in 2010. She was the district’s first female director. In her time in the role, she’s credited with being a champion for SBA programs, helping the state’s small businesses by facilitating commercial bank loans, advocating for federal government contracting opportunities, and working with local communities in all 87 Minnesota counties on business development and growth initiatives.