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S.C. Economic Developers’ Association announces 2015-16 board, officers

May 19, 2015

Nexsen Pruet's Tushar Chikhliker is a newly elected member of the Board of Directors for the South Carolina Economic Developers’ Association.  The following is the news release from SCEDA.

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Contact: Nisha Patel
Crawford Strategy
(864) 679-8587

COLUMBIA, S.C. – May 18, 2015 – The South Carolina Economic Developers’ Association (SCEDA) announced its 2015-16 board of directors and officers during the organization’s annual conference in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. David Cuda with Colliers International will serve as the new SCEDA president.

“I am honored to represent the 600 professionals of SCEDA. For over 50 years, our members have strived to improve the lives of individuals, families and communities in South Carolina by attracting quality jobs and investments. I look forward to advancing our role in the year to come,” said Cuda.

2015-16 officers
President – David Cuda, Colliers International
Vice President – Nelson Lindsay, SCCED**, Richland County Economic Development
Secretary – Mark Warner, SCCED**, Davis & Floyd, Inc.
Treasurer – Brian Nash, Spartanburg Economic Futures Group
Past President – Jeff Ruble, CEcD, South Carolina Power Team

Newly elected directors, 2015-2017
Stuart Ames, Duke Energy
Richard Blackwell, SCCED**, Oconee Economic Alliance
Tushar Chikhliker, Nexsen Pruet, LLC

Returning directors, 2014-2016
Andrena Powell-Baker, SCCED**, Union County Economic Development
Reba Campbell, Municipal Association of South Carolina
Jamie Frost, P.E., Alliance Consulting Engineers, Inc.

Since 1965, the S.C. Economic Developers’ Association has served as the Voice of Economic Development in the Palmetto State. A professional trade association of more than 600 members, with representation from all 46 counties, SCEDA includes local and regional economic developers, as well as officials from municipal, county and state government agencies, construction and engineering firms, utility companies, attorneys, consultants, financial institutions, and higher education.

* CEcD denotes a Certified Economic Developer
** SCCED denotes a South Carolina Certified Economic Developer