TID Contributors

Author | October 30, 2017
Christopher D. Lloyd   

Christopher D. Lloyd leads the Infrastructure and Economic Development practice at McGuireWoods Consulting, one of the country’s leading public... More>>


Author | October 30, 2017
Governor Eric Holcomb   

Eric J. Holcomb is the 51st Governor of Indiana. A lifelong Hoosier, Governor Holcomb is a veteran of the United States Navy, served as the state’s... More>>


Author | October 30, 2017
Mark S. Peterson   

Mark S. Peterson has an outstanding background in economic development, financial administration and high-value fund raising. Prior to accepting the... More>>


Author | October 27, 2017
Katharine E. Morgan   

Katharine E. Morgan became president of ASTM International in 2017. As such, she leads one of the world’s largest standards developers which also... More>>


Author | October 27, 2017
Brian Glowiak   

Brian Glowiak is vice president of the SME Education Foundation, responsible for overall day-to-day leadership and strategic direction of the... More>>


Author | September 5, 2017
Randy Thompson   

Randy Thompson is a senior managing director in Cushman & Wakefield’s Corporate Occupier and Investor Services group. His primary responsibility is... More>>


Author | September 5, 2017
Brad Duguid   

Brad Duguid currently serves as Ontario’s Minister of Economic Development and Growth. He was previously Minister of Economic Development,... More>>


Author | September 5, 2017
William Mellor   

William Mellor is vice president of AngelouEconomics (Angeloueconomics.com). William has devoted his career to economic development, becoming a... More>>


Author | September 5, 2017
Sarah Stanley   

Sarah Stanley is the media and communications manager for Green Business Certification Inc. She supports the growth and development of the GBCI... More>>


Author | September 5, 2017
John Hensley   

John Hensley directs AWEA’s analytical agenda through research and analysis on policies as well as collection and analysis of wind energy market... More>>