Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

Dr. Deborah Osgood & Jack Heath explore what makes leaders tick through a series of interviews and discussions. Hear the stories of leaders from all over the country.... Show More
February 25, 2020 24 min
Stefanie Baker Wehagen is the National Ombudsman and Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Enforcement Fairness. As the National Ombudsman, Stefanie is responsible for assisting small businesses who experience excessive or unfair federal regulatory enforcement actions. She comes to SBA with both private and federal-sector experience practicing as an attorney. Most recently, she worked at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office where she practiced labor, employment, and information law. Stefanie also served in Executive Office of the President, Office of Administration, serving as Associate General Counsel, where she focused on employment matters, harassment training, ethics, and investigations. Prior to the USPTO, she served in the General Counsel’s Office at the Department of Commerce. Before Stefanie entered federal service, she practiced labor, and employment law with both a national and regional labor and employment law firm.
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