“Economic Development” was the buzzword of the Nathan Deal administration, and unsurprisingly the state now has a large number of residents working in the field.

Kevin Shea is the president of the Georgia Economic Developer’s Association, an advocacy group that helps provide networking, professional development, and public policy aid to its 700+ members throughout some 75% of the state’s counties.

He sat down with our friends at Metro Atlanta CEO last week to discuss GEDA’s goals and how they are helping develop Georgia’s economy – see the full video HERE


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