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Every day, in communities just like yours, men and women devote their lives to building our economies brick by brick and job by job. These are their stories. Tune in to this weekly podcast series to hear your hosts, Tim Terrentine and Amanda Harrison, interview the Top 50 Economic Developers in North America – as awarded by Consultant Connect – an organization dedicated to creating connectivity for economic developers, for location consultants, for communities, for the future.

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From The Ground Up: Feat. Annie Baxter of Duke Energy
Annie Baxter is the Business Recruitment Manager at Duke Energy Corporation.  Prior to joining Duke Energy, Annie Baxter was the director of the Logistics, Energy, Agribusiness and Food Processing (LEAF) industry team within the Global Commerce Division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD). Annie has served twice with GDEcD, most recently as senior project manager for the Aerospace, Defense and Advanced Manufacturing (ADAM) team and previously as a statewide project manager. Annie has assisted companies such as Caterpillar, Keurig Green Mountain, Systemax, Bed, Bath and Beyond and King’s Hawaiian with locations. Prior to her times with the GDEcD, Annie worked for the Electric Cities of Georgia and the Albany Dougherty Economic Development Commission. While there, Annie worked alongside the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the Georgia Allies and all local Georgia communities to recruit new industry to the State of Georgia for the purpose of job creation, capital investment and the expansion of Georgia’s tax base. Annie serves as a board member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) and Advisory Director of its 2014 Future Leaders Class. Annie also chairs the Young Professionals Committee of the Georgia Economic Developers Association. Annie is a graduate of the University of Georgia receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, journalism and public relations. The post From The Ground Up: Feat. Annie Baxter of Duke Energy appeared first on Consultant Connect.
From The Ground Up Feat. Brenda Robbins of Georgia Power
Brenda Robbins is Senior Project Manager for Georgia Power. She is responsible for facilitating the location, expansion, or start-up of businesses wishing to invest in Georgia. Brenda assists companies in identifying potential communities, sites or buildings throughout the state; she also provides market evaluation, construction information, engineering assistance, and serves as a liaison between the businesses and governmental agencies involved in the site selection process. Brenda has a strong background in information systems and software, establishing data centers and talent recruitment. She has extensive expertise and experience with headquarters locations, information technology, finance and insurance, business services, bio science, health IT and data centers. Brenda has worked with more than 150 companies that have established a presence in Georgia, collectively investing more than $7 billion and employing more than 34,000 Georgians. Brenda is a member of the Georgia Economic Developers Association, the Metro Atlanta Bioscience Leadership Council and the Alpharetta Technology Commission. She serves on the board of directors of the Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS® (ACBR) and was named the organization’s 2014 Affiliate of the Year. Brenda was recently honored as one of the 2015 ConsultantConnect Top 50 Economic Developers. Her interests include travel, whitewater rafting, and gardening. Brenda graduated from Auburn University with a business administration degree in marketing. She completed her Masters in Business Administration at Georgia State University. Brenda is a volunteer with Atlanta Pet Rescue. The post From The Ground Up Feat. Brenda Robbins of Georgia Power appeared first on Consultant Connect.
From The Ground Up: Feat. Jill Frick of the City of Hagerstown, Maryland
Jill Frick is the Director of Community & Economic Development for the City of Hagerstown, Maryland. Jill is responsible for conducting the City’s economic development programs, including the development and implementation of Hagerstown’s strategic plan for city-wide development and growth. In addition, Jill is responsible for recruitment of new businesses, recruitment and facilitation of annexations, implementation of business retention and expansion plans, assistance with economic development-related marketing and promotion efforts and creation of incentive programs. Jill has more than 20 years of experience in economic development and downtown management. Prior to joining the City of Hagerstown, Jill was the Vice President of the International Economic Development Council, serving as Vice President of Marketing, Business Development and Member Services. Jill received a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. The post From The Ground Up: Feat. Jill Frick of the City of Hagerstown, Maryland appeared first on Consultant Connect.
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Started
Oct 20th, 2016
Latest Episode
Dec 22nd, 2016
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
10
Avg. Episode Length
14 minutes
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