UWCHLAN — The Chester County Economic Development Council (CCEDC) has announced the election of four new members to its board of directors.
“One of CCEDC’s continuing goals as we entered our 60th anniversary year was to broaden the array of backgrounds that CCEDC’s board and staff bring to the table,” Gary Smith, Chester County Economic Development Council president and CEO, said in a press release. “Our new board members draw from a cross-section of skill sets, experiences and perspectives from Chester County’s leading industries including technology, agriculture and real estate development.”
Newly elected to the Chester County Economic Development Council’s board are: Mark Davis, partner, The Atticus Group, who has also served on CCEDC’s Ideas to Innovation (i2n) initiative and Innovative Technology Action Group (ITAG) initiative; Steve Figgatt, CEO, Sycamore International; Bill Hostetter, grain merchandiser, Hostetter Grain; and Greg Reaves, principal, Mosaic Development Partners.
“Each year the CCEDC team and the nominating committee work diligently to identify key stakeholders to join our board, who can supplement, support and strengthen the critical services CCEDC brings to Chester County businesses,” Marian Moskowitz, chairwoman of the Chester County Economic Development Council and the Chester County Board of Commissioners, said in the release.
Each board member serves a term of three years. The Chester County Economic Development Council acknowledged outgoing board members: James Manser, Endo Pharmaceuticals; Ed McAssey, Lasko Products, Inc.; Bob Norris, Next Home LP; and Dan Ostien, Colfax Corporation, for their service to Chester County’s business community.
The Chester County Economic Development Council is a private, non-profit economic development organization that promotes smart growth in Chester County and the surrounding region. For more information, visit https://ccedcpa.com/.