ACEDC celebrates 2017 annual meeting, names new 2018 board members and officers

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ACEDC celebrates 2017 annual meeting, names new 2018 board members and officers

Mon, 12/18/2017 - 9:03am -- tim

Vermont Business Magazine At the recent 23nd Annual Meeting of the Addison County Economic Development Corporation (ACEDC), keynote speaker Don Macke from the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship discussedThe Road Ahead for Rural Economic Development in Addison County.” For a link to his presentation and the Addison County Development Opportunity Profile, go to: addisoncountyedc.org/about/news/acedc-annual-meeting-new-board-members

This annual meeting was also an opportunity to thank outgoing Executive Director Robin Scheu for her 9 years of service to the organization. Attendees also welcomed incoming director Fred Kenney. The meeting was held at the Kirk Alumni Center at Middlebury College

The following board members were unanimously elected effective January 1, 2018:

1-Year Term

Caroline Carpenter, National Bank of Middlebury

Bill Townsend, J.P. Carrara & Sons/VT Industrial Parks

1st Three Year Term:

John Kiernan, Otter Creek Engineering

Stephanie Pope, Agri-Mark

The following outgoing board members were recognized and thanked for their service:

Chris KnappCountry Home Products/GeneracPresident

Sarah CowanNational Bank of Middlebury, Treasurer

Ben Anderson-RayTrinitas Advisors

At a recent Board of Directors meeting, the following new officers for the organization were selected:

President: Marie Jewett, Co-operative Insurance Companies

Vice President: Sarah Morris, Basin Harbor Club

Treasurer: Matthew Curran, Middlebury College

Secretary: Jeff Fritz, City of Vergennes

At-Large: Mark Bellinger, United Technologies Aerospace Systems (UTAS)

Addison County Economic Development Corporation (ACEDC) is the resource for navigating the opportunities and challenges of doing business in Addison County, VT. ACEDC works with businesses in all stages of growth, from pre-venture start-ups to established companies and global corporations, to help them create and retain good paying jobs. Since 1993, ACEDC has loaned over $4 million to dozens of local businesses, creating or retaining more than 1400 jobs in Addison County. ACEDC is an equal opportunity lender. Visit us online at www.addisoncountyedc.org

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