Posts Tagged ‘Larkin Simpson’

Stennett, Simpson attend Forum

Mitch Stennett, president, and Larkin Simpson, chamber director, of the Economic Development Authority of Jones County, participated in the 2011 Janus Economics Forum, an association of professionals dedicated to advancing the field of economic development. Each year, the Forum invites approximately 15 leading economic developers from around the country to participate in a unique peer-learning […] [...]

Simpson completes training

Larkin Simpson, chamber director and project manager of the Economic Development Authority of Jones County, has recently completed his first year at Institute for Organization Management (Institute), an intensive week-long nonprofit leadership training program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Graduates of Institute receive the IOM recognition, signifying completion of 96 hours of course instruction […] [...]

Keeping Our Eye On: Larkin Simpson

by Stephen McDill Published: July 11,2010

Tags: Economic Development Authority of Jones County, Keeping Our Eye On, Larkin Simpson

Age: 29 Hometown: Cleveland Education: University of Southern Mississippi (MS, economic & workforce development), Delta State University (BFA, graphic design) Current Position: Chamber director, Economic Development Authority of Jones County Having worked in many self-described “dead end” jobs since he was in high school, Larkin Simpson said he has come to realize each of those […] [...]

Simpson added at EDA

by MBJ Staff Published: May 16,2010

Tags: Economic Development Authority of Jones County, Larkin Simpson

The Economic Development Authority of Jones County welcomes Larkin Simpson as chamber of commerce director/project manager. Simpson, a Cleveland, Miss., native, joined the Economic Development Authority of Jones County May 3. He comes to the EDA from Hancock County, where he recently served as an economic development project manager for the Hancock County Development Commission. […] [...]

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