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Deborah Scherer

Deborah Scherer

Managing Director, Global Trade and Investment


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Role and Responsibilities
Deborah Scherer joined the Columbus 2020 team in January 2011. As managing director, global trade and investment, she is responsible for leading Columbus 2020's international strategy through worldwide marketing and business development efforts.

Notable Projects
Among Deborah's notable projects are Stanley Electric's 2014 expansion that included the creation of 150 new jobs and Sumitomo's 2014 expansion that included the creation of 15 new jobs.

Past Experience
Assistant Deput Director, Global Markets Division, Ohio Department of Development
Latin America Sales Manager, Telesis Technologies, Inc.

Community Involvement
Deborah serves on the boards of the Japan-America Society of Central Ohio (JASCO), Greater Columbus Sister Cities International and the Fisher College of Business’ Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER).

Bachelor of Business Administration in international business and marketing, Ohio University

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