Rauschenbach Graduates from the Advanced Economic Development Leadership (AEDL) Program
November 29, 2021
Brian Rauschenbach, Project Manager with Sumter Economic Development and TheLINK Economic Development Alliance recently completed the two-week Advanced Economic Development Leadership executive education program and was awarded the Master Economic Development Practitioner (MEDP) certificate. Brian has more than 9 years of economic development experience.
AEDL is a collaboration of four universities – Clemson University, The University of Southern Mississippi, Texas Christian University, and the University of New Mexico. These four universities are committed to excellence in economic development and advancing the knowledge, skills, and application of key job creation strategies in America’s cities, communities, and counties.
“The AEDL program is a phenomenal professional development experience. Learning from skilled facilitators and sharing knowledge and experiences with practitioners from the across the United States is what makes this program so impactful,” commented Brian Rauschenbach. “It is an honor to be part of a small group of economic development professionals that have earned the Master Economic Development Practitioner credential and I am energized to put into action what I have learned.”
AEDL is an immersive and challenging experiential curriculum that enhances key skills necessary for leading successful community and economic development strategies. Led by experienced world-class faculty, program topics include communications; navigating today’s media world; marketing and branding; relevance and value proposition after COVID; personal and professional leadership; urban and rural areas; site selection and recruiting.
The Advanced Economic Development Leadership course accepts mid and senior-level practitioners from across the U.S.