“ Mitchell F. Stanley serves as a President of Muuzii Inc., headquartered in Washington, D.C. ”
Mitchell F. Stanley also serves as a President and Trustee of the National Center for Sustainable Development, headquartered in Washington, D.C. since its inception in 2001. Prior to this time and during the formation and initial phase of operations of the National Center for Sustainable Development & the Brownfield Stewardship Fund beginning in February 2000 he was Chairman of the Board and Executive Vice President for Business Development of WebBank, an FDIC insured financial institution located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mr. Stanley had formed WebBank with an investor group in September 1997 to pursue loan origination and transactions over the Internet utilizing WebBank's national financial institution charter in the government guaranteed and other small business lending fields. WebBank received its new charter in an FDIC approved change of control from its former owner H&R Block Financial in July 1998. Prior to the acquisition of WebBank, Mr. Stanley served as vice president for small business lending for a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company later acquired by Citigroup Inc. This continued an interest in new and innovative small business lending products and economic development programs begun during Mr. Stanley's tenure with the Federal Government as Deputy Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration in charge of the SBA's Finance, Investment and Procurement programs; a portfolio of national programs designed to promote access to capital for small business and entrepreneurs and government contracts for qualified minority contractors (8A) during the early 1990's. Mr. Stanley's career in the Federal government beginning in 1976 included positions with the U.S. Department's of Commerce and State, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and the White House.