Colorado’s Leader in Promoting a Vibrant Economy
Established in 1976, the Economic Development Council of Colorado (EDCC) promotes effective, responsible economic development practices across Colorado. Today we are the state’s premier economic development resource, representing the economic development interests of both the private and public sectors throughout the state. We connect our communities, our members and our partners to high-quality educational opportunities and trusted resources, and advocate for sound policies and programs that support a vibrant economy and enhance quality of life for all Coloradans.
EDCC members come from a variety of settings. We are rural and urban, public and private-sector, for profit and not-for-profit, and include individual communities, counties and regional organizations, local and state government, chambers of commerce, universities and private industry. We are economic development professionals, community volunteers, and business and political leaders.
To be recognized as Colorado’s most trusted resource for economic development stakeholders committed to promoting a vibrant Colorado economy.
To promote effective, responsible economic development by connecting Colorado’s economic development stakeholders to high-quality educational opportunities and trusted resources and advocating for sound policies and programs that support a vibrant economy and enhance quality of life for all Coloradans.
The EDCC Board of Directors has adopted a Strategic Plan with a goal to build a stronger, more effective organization and become recognized as Colorado’s leader in promoting a vibrant economy.
We invite members to become involved in one of our committees.
Communications Committee – Contact Kim Woodworth
Data Committee – Contact Laura Lewis Marchino
Membership Committee – Contact Kim Woodworth
Strategic Partnerships Committee – Contact Kim Woodworth
Professional Development Committee – Contact Michelle Claymore
Public Policy Committee – Contact Stewart Meek