CEC Bridgeport’s Devanna Corley recently was named a board member for the Harrison County Economic Development Corporation, a private, nonprofit organization that works with a variety of partners to help businesses improve and expand.
Devanna, who has been the director of strategic client development with CEC since January 2020, has a wealth of knowledge and expertise on a diverse array of topics ranging from engineering and construction to education and municipal planning. She says she looks forward to working with the HCEDC.
“I think it’s a prestigious honor, and I’m very humbled that the other members on the board selected me to become a board member,” Devanna told WVNews.com. “I think that the Harrison County Economic Development Corporation, under the direction of Amy (Haberbosch Wilson), has momentum towards a great future.”
Since 2004, the HCEDC has conducted activities to carry out the Harrison County Economic Development effort. The EDC Board is regularly evaluating and adjusting the action plan while setting new direction as needed.
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About CEC Bridgeport
CEC Bridgeport is focused on expanding CEC’s presence in West Virginia. Since opening in 2012 with two employees, we’ve been the fastest-growing West Virginia consulting firm. We now have over 100 employees to meet the needs of our clients, and we’ve done this by hiring the best talent and most driven professionals with proven track records in their industries. Our services have grown to include civil engineering, construction inspection, ecological sciences, environmental engineering and sciences, geotechnical engineering, landscape architecture, road/bridge design, stream restoration, survey and LiDAR mapping, and water resources.
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