The Florida Economic Development Council (FEDC) named Alex McCoy, MBA, CEcD, Vice President of the Putnam County Chamber of Commerce the 2012 Young Professional of the Year at the 2012 Florida Economic Development Conference.
Given in recognition of the achievement of an outstanding young professional within the state of Florida, Alex McCoy, CEcD was chosen by his peers, members of the FEDC. The award, in its inaugural year, will continue to annually recognize the dedication and commitment of Young Professionals to the economic development profession and the FEDC.
“Alex has been an outstanding contributor to advancing economic development practices and policies in both Putnam County and the state as a whole,” remarked Amy Evancho, President and CEO of the FEDC. “His future continues to be bright and Florida will benefit greatly from his skill sets.”
McCoy recently earned the designation of Certified Economic Developer (CEcD), recognizing his mastery of economic development and professional growth.
About the Florida Economic Development Council
The Florida Economic Development Council is a membership-based not-for-profit (501c6) corporation that relies on support from its members and investors to educate and inform business and government leaders about key economic development issues and initiatives. The FEDC is Florida’s primary resource for economic development related policy development, education and networking. The Florida Economic Development Council is open to individuals, agencies, and companies who are interested in growing the economy of Florida. More information can be found at http://www.fedc.net.