York County Economic Alliance welcomes new President & CEO

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YORK, Pa.– The York County Economic Alliance is pleased to welcome the addition of Kevin Schreiber to its team as the President and CEO.

He succeeds Loren Kroh, who has served as President and CEO on an interim basis since February.

Kevin has served the 95th House District over the past four years. Prior to that, he served as the Director of Community and Economic Development for the City of York. He earned his master’s degree in public administration from Penn State University.

“I am incredibly excited to join YCEA. This esteemed organization is on the front lines for economic and workforce development, business growth and retention in York County, all areas incredibly important for a successful and healthy county.” Schreiber added, “It has been an exciting transition, I am anxious and eager for what lays ahead.”

“The YCEA will welcome our new President & CEO, Kevin Schreiber, marking just the third leader of either legacy organization in more than two decades” said YCEA Board President Douglas Berman.

The York County Economic Alliance is the place to start for companies seeking a competitive edge. As York County’s official chamber and economic development organization, it is the resource center that connects businesses to specialized funding, business services, advocacy programs and events that will help their business thrive.

The mission of the York County Economic Alliance is to lead economic growth, connect local businesses to resources and each other and advocate for business and the community to create a prosperous York County.

For information on becoming a member of the York County Economic Alliance, contact Katie Caples at kcaples@ycea-pa.org or visit www.ycea-pa.org.

SOURCE: York County Economic Alliance