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Amy Clickner appointed President of the Michigan Economic Developers Association and reappointed to the International Economic Development Council board of directors

U.P. Perspectives
December 14, 2016 3:00 PM

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MARQUETTE, MI —  Michigan Economic Developers Association (MEDA) recently appointed Amy Clickner, Chief Executive Officer, Lake Superior Community Partnership, to President of their Board of Directors. She has also been reappointed to the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) board of directors.

Clickner has worked for the LSCP since the organization's inception in 1998, was the first full time employee and first CEO. She is a Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) through IEDC and a Certified Fundraising Manager (CFM) through the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. 

In addition to her new role as MEDA president and reappointment to the IEDC board, she is the incoming chairman of the Economic Development Research Partners (EDRP) and vice chairman of the Northern Michigan Chamber Alliance (NMCA) and West End Health Foundation Board. She is a graduate of Ferris State University and Northern Michigan University.

 “We are excited to have Amy serve as Vice President of MEDA,” commented John Avery, MEDA Executive Director. “As an organization representing the entire State we strive to have balance on our Executive Committee. Amy will provide an important perspective from Northern Michigan that many state-wide organizations don’t have.”  

For more information regarding MEDA, please call 517.241.0011 or visit their website at www.medaweb.org.

For more information regarding the IEDC, please call 202.223.4745 or visit their website at www.iedconline.org.


 

 

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