Michael Canty, President/CEO of Alloy Precision Technologies, Inc., has been elected to continue his service on the Board of Trustees for the National Small Business Association (NSBA) for 2024.  In 2024, Michael will serve as 1st Vice President of the Board.

NSBA is the nation’s oldest, national, small-business advocacy organization, and it operates on a staunchly nonpartisan basis.  Canty is a recognized leader in the small-business community, and he has been an asset to the NSBA leadership team in promoting the interests of small business to policymakers in Washington, D.C.

“I look forward to continuing my work with NSBA in the coming years to ensure small business has a seat at the table,” stated Canty.  “It is critical that Congress and the administration do everything in their power to support small businesses as we face whatever economic challenges may face us down the road.”

Michael is the Owner, President & CEO of Alloy Precision Technologies, a manufacturing company headquartered in Mentor, Ohio.  He has a BA in Political Science and an MBA in Marketing and Finance.

Michael has served on various private and public service Boards, Commissions, and Councils over the years at the local, state, and National levels.  He has held political office, and taught at, and worked with, regional colleges on business related topics.  His primary areas of focus are business development, job creation, the regulatory environment, and educational issues.

Born in California, and raised in Illinois, Michael has been an Ohio resident for over 40 years.  He is married to Michele, a Cleveland native, and has a beautiful daughter named Alexis, a graduate of The Ohio State University who works in Washington D.C.

Canty has been active with NSBA for several years and has been an exemplary representative of small business issues in the Cleveland Area.  In addition to the leadership role with NSBA, Canty is active in various local and regional organizations and has been an outspoken advocate for small-business issues with his elected officials.

“I am grateful for the vision and insight Michael has provided to NSBA as we look to an active election year in 2024,” stated NSBA President and CEO Todd McCracken.  Michael has been an asset to our leadership team, NSBA’s members, and the American small-business community, and I look forward to another impactful year together pushing policymakers to seek and support pro-small-business policies.”

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