Reading, PA, April 25, 2016 — Greater Reading Economic Partnership is pleased to announce Pamela J. Shupp, AICP CEcD, Vice President, has been elected to the Northeastern Economic Developers Association (NEDA) Board of Directors.
The Northeastern Economic Developers Association (NEDA) is a regional association of dedicated economic development professionals who share best practices to make its members more valuable to the organizations they serve. NEDA members work to create effective regional economic development programs and promote regional cooperation and learning through thought-leadership and professional networking.
“I am pleased to join this Board of prestigious economic developers representing the northeast United States,” said Pamela Shupp. “The organization’s collaborative approach to community and economic development provides a sound foundation for regional partnerships and learning and mirrors our approach in Greater Reading and PA.”
With over 30 years of professional experience in community and economic development, Pamela is a valuable and knowledgeable addition to the Board of the Northeastern Economic Developers Association. Pamela is also the President of the Pennsylvania Economic Development Association (PEDA).
About Northeastern Economic Developers Association
NEDA members are dedicated economic development professionals who share best practices to make you more valuable to the organizations you serve.
NEDA will be the best resource for advancing the mission of your organization, creating effective regional economic development programs, and promoting regional cooperation and learning through leadership and professional networking.
About Greater Reading Economic Partnership
Greater Reading Economic Partnership’s mission is to lead regional efforts to attract, retain, and grow business and to market Berks County as a competitive and attractive location for business. For further information, visit GreaterReading.com.
GREP is one of 46 economic development organizations out of over 4,500 worldwide to receive accreditation from the International Economic Development Council (IEDC).