Contact Information


Contact Information

The Small Business Development Center is located by Lehigh University. Our office is located at 416 E. 5th St. Most of our workshops are presented at our offices, but may also be held at various locations in Northampton, Lehigh, Upper Bucks and Northern Montgomery counties.

Small Business Development Center
Lehigh University
416 E. 5th St, Bethlehem, PA 18015

Telephone: (610) 758-3980 * Fax: (610) 758-5205 * E-mail:

Where to park: Parking is available at the Zoellner Arts Center parking garage (498 E. Packer Ave) for $4, or using the metered spaces along Packer Ave. 

For driving directions, click here.

Staff Directory

Sandra F. Holsonback, Ph.D., Center Director

Christine S. Cleaver, South Bethlehem Assistance Program Director

David V. Dunn, Government Marketing Assistance Program Director

Cora Landis, International Trade Development Program Director

Alexander Shnaydruk, International Trade Development Program Consultant

Robert Mineo, Financing Assistance Program Director

Mary Beth Zingone, Business Consultant

Brett Smith, Government Marketing Program Consultant

Request for Service Form

Getting help through the SBDC is easy. Through the link below you can fill out an online Request for Service form or download a text version of the form. To obtain a copy of the form via mail or Fax, please contact our office at (610) 758-3980. Use the Back button given on the top to return back to this location.

Once we receive the form you will be contacted to assess your needs, how we may be of assistance, and agree on next steps.

Fill out an online Request for Service Form

The Lehigh SBDC has moved!

Our new address is:

416 E. 5th St,
Bethlehem, PA 18015

We are on the main campus of Lehigh University, one block away from Rauch Business Center and Zoellner Arts Center.

Our phone number and hours remain the same!


Lehigh University SBDC Aids PA Company to Bring Jobs Home

When the owners of Kempton, PA-based Tree Armor contacted the Lehigh University SBDC for assistance in marketing their coiled protective tree wrap to government agencies, they opened the door to a broad range of services to assist their small business.

The SBDC's Government Marketing Director David Dunn learned of Tree Armor's quality and production issues with their overseas manufacturer, leading to staff assistance in value-engineering their product and bringing the manufacturing back to the U.S.

Read more about this growing company and the SBDC services' impact as reported in The Morning Call and on WFMZ-TV News!