Meet our team



Ada Womack, MBA

Interim Center Director

Ada Womack currently serves as the Interim Center Director at the Louisiana Small Business Development Center at Southern University and A&M College. Her area of focus is consulting with both startup and existing business. Ada has worked at the center since 2011 and held the positions of Business Consultant, Training Coordinator and Administrative Assistant during her tenure at the LSBDC.

She has over 10 years’ experience in working with small businesses in the private and public sector. 

Prior to the LSBDC, she was an assistant director and administrator of a learning center, where she managed the CACFP Program, training programs for staff, budgets, inventory, time-sheets and ensured that the facility, policies and procedures were maintained in accordance with state regulations.  

She serves her community as a founder of S.M.A.R.T. This non-profit organization provides vital foundational knowledge to enhance individuals and families. She organizes events for churches and outreach centers to assist individuals with finances, health, relationship building, leadership and much more. 

She has a MBA from the University of Phoenix, a BS in Business Administration from Louisiana State University, a diploma in Office Systems Technology from Capital Area Technical College, and she is a certified training coordinator.

 


Sonia Eubanks Wilson

Business Consultant/Training Coordinator

As Business Consultant/Training Coordinator for Louisiana Small Business Development Center (LSBDC), Sonia Eubanks Wilson is responsible for providing client consultation to existing and startup businesses, as well as daily management of programmatic reports/projects.

Mrs. Wilson is also charged with managing the trainings for the LSBDC website, as it pertains to the surrounding parishes of East Baton Rouge.

In addition, prior to joining LSBDC, Mrs. Wilson worked for the City of Baton Rouge-Office of Community Development as a Grants Manager. This position involved daily management of various programs/grants such as Ryan White, Minority AIDS Initiative (MAI), Supportive Housing Grant (SHP), HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS) and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). The management of these programs were also inclusive of the recommendation of funding opportunities for non-profit organizations. Once grant proposals were reviewed, the funding recommendations were then submitted to the Office of the Mayor of Baton Rouge for final approval. Mrs. Wilson also conducted demographic research, economic restructuring and financial feasibility initiatives.

Mrs. Wilson earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science, Master of Social Science (with a concentration in Political Science) and Master of Administration Supervision from Southern University & A&M College.



616 Harding Boulevard

Baton Rouge , LA 70807
Phone: (225) 771-2891
Email: lsbdc.subr@lsbdc.org

M - F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

 

 

 

Parishes Served:
Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Pointe Coupee, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana





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