Barnwell named Vice President of DABC
The Development Authority of Bulloch County Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Rachel Barnwell as the Authority’s Vice President. Rachel will begin her new position on October 2nd.
Rachel is a native of Pooler, Georgia, and a proud graduate of Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management. Her previous experience includes a position with a|i|m Marketing Solutions and with the Development Authority of Bulloch County as Manager of Economic Development Programs. She comes to the Authority from her previous position as Executive Director of the Screven County Development Authority.
Rachel’s position as Vice President will include leadership of the Authority’s workforce and existing industry programs, as well as management of projects.
“We are thrilled to have Rachel back with us in Bulloch County,” stated Billy Allen, Chair of the Authority. “Rachel has proven herself to be an outstanding economic development professional, and we’re fortunate that she’ll be a part of our team.”
About the Development Authority of Bulloch County (DABC):
The DABC was established in 1985. It is committed to expanding economic opportunities in the Statesboro-Bulloch County area by growing, attracting, developing, and supporting new and existing business in its community. Bulloch County offers businesses many advantages, including a labor pool of 130,000 people and a younger-than-average workforce offering agile skills, high-powered collaborative resources. For more information, please visit https://advantagebulloch.com.