Focus on 2022: A Tampa Bay Economic Forecast Recap
Top photo, from left to right: Jake Prokop of Pinellas Technical College, Seckin Ozkul of USF's Muma College of Business, Chamber's President Tom Morrissette, Economist of the Year Aubri Shauger-Haley, Sean Snaith Ph.D. of UCF's Institute of Economic Competitiveness, Dr. Cynthia Johnson of Pinellas County's Economic Development and Susan MacManus Ph.D. of USF's Department of Government and International Affairs.
What an insightful event! Thank you to our wonderful speakers for their informative presentations on the economic and political issues set to impact our region. Congratulations to Aubri on her Economist of the Year award! Thank you to our host the Sheraton Sand Key Resort and to all our sponsors for making this event possible! A big shout out to Advanced Video Systems for the photos and videos.
Our next Education Fund 2021 scholarship is presented to Sarah Brown! Sarah was chosen as Student of the Month at the Pinellas Technical College. She is 26 years old and is currently enrolled in the Practical Nursing program to obtain her LPN license.
She is set to finish the program in April and continue with her education to obtain her BSN upon completion. Congratulations Sarah!
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