Jennifer Moorefield, associate vice president for Economic Development and Corporate Training at Greenville Technical College, has joined the Steering Committee that will help guide development of a new 5-Year Economic Development Strategy for the City of Greenville. The strategy will provide direction for the city by identifying key opportunities for future growth and partnerships.
Moorefield and other members of the 12-person committee will help set key goals and objectives. They will provide feedback on a series of work products that result in a comprehensive economic development strategy and action plan. Members will also offer insights respective to their areas of career focus.
“Jennifer brings extensive experience in workforce development and higher education to the steering committee,” said Dr. Larry Miller, vice president of learning and workforce development at Greenville Technical College. “Her perspective will be valuable in helping the city create an economic development strategy that builds on strengths and maximizes opportunities.”
Moorefield is a Riley Institute Diversity Fellow, chair-elect of the Greer Chamber of Commerce, president of the SC Technical College Chief Continuing Education Officer Peer Group, board member for SCACHE (South Carolina Association of Continuing Higher Education), and member of the Greenville County Workforce Board’s SC Works Committee.