Energy Capital ED looking for new Vice President

Curtis Burdette has announced that he is leaving his position as Vice President for Energy Capital Economic Development (ECED).  Curtis has been instrumental in a number of key ECED projects and activities.  His leadership with Next Generation Leadership, the Local Crowd funding effort, Business Retention and expansion, the FUEL Business Incubator and many more projects have been transformational for our organization.  He will be missed.

We are looking for an energetic, dedicated and personable leader as our new Vice President.  The VP will be involved in all aspects of our operations and will be instrumental as we work on several projects to strengthen, diversify and grow Campbell County’s economy.

A complete job description and application information can be found here:  Energy Capital ED Vice President Position