Columbus, Ohio – One Columbus, the economic development organization for the 11-county Columbus Region, have appointed Colleen Gilger and Kevin L. Boyce to its board of directors.
Gilger serves as director of economic development for the City of Dublin where she has helped build the city’s economic development incentive and broadband programs and fostered relationships in the regional business, real estate and development communities. She has served in the city’s economic development office since 2003 and in its community relations office from 1997-2003.
Outside of her role, Gilger can be found near the soccer field cheering on her two daughters.
Boyce has served as Franklin County commissioner since 2017. He has held numerous roles in public service, including state representative for the 25th Ohio House District from 2012-2016, state treasurer from 2009-2011 and as a member of the Columbus City Council from 2000-2009, of which the last three years he was elected President Pro Tempore and served as chairman of the Public Finance Committee.
Gilger and Boyce began serving on the board in February.
“We extend a warm welcome to Colleen Gilger and Kevin L. Boyce to One Columbus’ board of directors,” said Kenny McDonald, president and chief economic officer of One Columbus. “Colleen’s dedication to the City of Dublin’s economic growth, and Kevin’s leadership on a local and state level, make them important assets to One Columbus and our Region.”
About One Columbus As the economic development organization for the 11-county Columbus Region, One Columbus’ mission is to lead a comprehensive regional growth strategy that develops and attracts the world’s most competitive companies, grows a highly adaptive workforce, prepares our communities for the future, and inspires corporate, academic and public innovation throughout the Columbus Region. One Columbus expertly guides companies through the location decision process. Through strategic business outreach and customized research, the One Columbus team leverages public, private and institutional partnerships to grow the Columbus Region’s economy and strengthen its national and international competitiveness. Funding is received from more than 300 private organizations, local governments, academic institutions and JobsOhio. Learn more at ColumbusRegion.com.
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