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12/7/2017 1:00:00 PM
Katherine Hendricks Graduates from South Carolina Economic Development Institute
Pictured from left to right: SC Economic Developers' Association President Brian Nash, Katherine Hendricks, & SC Department of Commerce Senior Program Director Ed West. Photographer: Sergio Aparicio, City of Columbia.
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Pictured from left to right: SC Economic Developers' Association President Brian Nash, Katherine Hendricks, & SC Department of Commerce Senior Program Director Ed West. Photographer: Sergio Aparicio, City of Columbia.

Davis & Floyd, Inc. is pleased to announce that Katherine Hendricks recently graduated from the S.C. Economic Development Institute (the Institute). Hendricks serves as the local government market sector leader for Davis & Floyd.

“Davis & Floyd is proud to have Katherine on our team to promote economic development in South Carolina,” said Mark Warner, SCCED, Davis & Floyd vice president of business development & marketing. “The Institute provides a unique opportunity for participants to strengthen networking, leadership and communication skills. Her relationships with state and community leaders coupled with her prior experience in city management serve as a great benefit to our local government market sector and make her an asset to our team.”

According to its website, the Institute is South Carolina's leading economic development program. A 28-year partnership between the South Carolina Department of Commerce and South Carolina Economic Developers' Association, it has graduated more than 1,195 participants since its inception. The Institute serves to educate those who support and participate in economic development activities in their communities while providing unique and innovative development approaches for implementation in local communities. Attendees who successfully complete each of the Institute's four sessions earn a Certificate of Completion.

 



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