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Stephanie I. Bosco

Economic Development Coordinator




614-225-6935

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Role and Responsibilities
Stephanie Bosco joined Columbus 2020 in November 2010. As economic development coordinator, Stephanie serves as liaison between the project management team and economic development partners at the state, county and city levels. She also leads CRM development and management and assists in the execution of special events.

As administrator for the Mid-Ohio Development Exchange (MODE), Stephanie plans and executes Economic Development 411, MODE’s signature event, organizes bi-monthly educational programs and assists the board of directors.

Projects
Stephanie plays a lead role in Economic Development 411. Now in its fourth year, the half-day economic development training session reaches more than 600 business leaders, economic development professionals, and elected and appointed officials.

Recognitions
2014 William C. Habig Collaborative Achievement Award, Economic Development 411

Past Experience
Editor, McGraw-Hill Education
Vanpool Coordinator, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission

Education
Bachelor of Arts in English literature, University of Cincinnati

Community Involvement
Stephanie sits on the board of the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission's Community Advisory Committee and volunteers with the Mid-Ohio Foodbank.

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Ask Stephanie

Why do you work in economic development?
My past experience working directly with commuters trying to get to and from work taught me that finding a reliable job can be an issue for many.

I'm proud to work for an organization that focuses on a different angle of the commute - creating opportunities.


Why do you live in the Columbus Region?
Columbus is always evolving, from hosting nationally recognized events to opening new restaurants.

Drive 30 miles from the bustling downtown and you're among peaceful green rolling hills and steep hiking trails.

The Columbus Region has the best of both worlds as we make our mark on the map.







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