There are 13 members to the Plymouth Regional Economic Development Foundation Board of Trustees.
Each member of the Board of Trustees represents a specific area or concentration within the region’s economic and industry clusters. For example, some members own and operate small businesses, while others manage large corporate and academic institutions. Collectively, the Board of Trustees convenes to share trends within their respective fields and discuss ideas to make Plymouth competitive in the global marketplace. The Board concentrates on traditional economic development strategies, such as Land Use, Workforce Development, and Small Business Development. The Board’s efforts are also focused on fostering a meaningful working relationship with the region’s entrepreneurs and innovators. This valuable insight to non-traditional methods such as creating marketing strategies to promote the region’s events and cultural affairs help the Board break down the barriers to entry for new and emerging industries in the southeast region of Massachusetts.