By: Lindsay Cunningham | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: July 2021
Vincent Snelling was appointed as the new Broken Arrow Economic Development Manager in June 2021.
The Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation welcomes Vincent Snelling to the organization. Vincent will assume the role as Economic Development Manager and be responsible for marketing, research and small business development, as well as economic development projects.
Senior Vice President of Economic Development for the BAEDC, Darla Heller, said, “Vince is a great addition to our team. He has so many connections in the community and is very passionate about seeing the community move forward.”
Vincent has a background in the hospitality industry with his education being focused on entrepreneurship and economics. Vincent said, “The BAEDC is an amazing team that plays a pivotal role in Broken Arrow’s development. It is an exciting time to come on board and be a part of our community’s continued growth!”
Vince will replace Michelle Ondak as she moves on to another role in the state of Oklahoma, helping businesses grow and expand. “Michelle has done great work for our community and has set her successor up for success in the position,” said BAEDC President & CEO, Jennifer Conway.
About the Broken Arrow EDC: The Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation (BAEDC) connects businesses and organizations with guides and resources for success. Partnerships with local organizations and businesses have resulted in thousands of new jobs, capital investments that have expanded and improved the City of Broken Arrow.
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