Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Kenneth Sales has entered into an agreement with The Williamsburg County Development Corporation to assist in Williamsburg County's Strategic Plan implementation, according to a press release. The development of the five-year strategic plan involved gathering input from numerous citizens, business owners, entrepreneurs, educators and consultants. The strategic plan contains a set of directions for Williamsburg County's success. "The Williamsburg County Development Corporation has selected Kenneth Sales to assist in the coordination of the strategic plan's implementation and we look forward to working with and supporting him as we move forward,” said Williamsburg County Development Corporation Chairman, Stan Williamson in the press release.
Sales is a recent 2013 State Workforce Investment Board Outstanding Business Partner nominee and 2012 Business Services and Employer Coach. Hailing from Connecticut via workforce development, Sales brings seven years of program development and five years of financial asset management. In addition, he brings extensive background in corporate and small business training for frontline and executive management staff in both the public and private sectors. He currently holds a B.A. in Psychology and is looking to pursue a MBA in Industrial Psychology. “Kenneth brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and energy to our community's initiative," said Williamsburg County Supervisor Stanley S. Pasley. "With his support and the support of our citizens, Williamsburg County will be able to enhance its infrastructure and bring about more targeted economic development in our fair county through six specific areas of focus. I believe Mr. Sales' diverse background in workforce development and community outreach will strengthen and provide the level of progress and transparency our shareholders, such as yourselves, need to ensure that Williamsburg County is marketing itself for the future.”
Co-Chair Steering Committee Member Rachel Montgomery echoed Pasley's remarks. "The five year plan with its breadth, depth, and interconnected areas, requires a determined and conscientious individual in the coordinator role and Kenneth Sales represents that fit. We express gratitude again to all who gave input in preparation and action to date and thank you in advance for your support and cooperation to ensure effective implementation and ultimate success."
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