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The Albion Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) is proud to announce and welcome Tiki March, Executive Assistant/Board Liaison and Laura Morrill, Project Manager for Community Development to our team.

March joined the team on July 16th and brings with her over 13 years of administrative experience and is a recent graduate with an Associate’s Degree in Business Management.  She lives with her husband and three children in Albion, all of which were born and raised in the community.  March will be responsible for AEDC Board communication and documentation, as well as, event planning, website/marketing and assisting the team with special projects.

“I’m very comfortable with living in a small town and like seeing familiar faces and the feel of small-knit community.  I’m excited about the positive transition that Albion is going through and I am delighted to be a part of the City of Albion and AEDC team,” – Tiki March

Morrill also joined the team on July 16th.  She holds an MBA from Campbell University and adds financial skills to the AEDC with 10 years of trust management experience in personal wealth services. Her and her family joined the Albion Community 3 years ago.  Morrill will be responsible for project management of community development projects, such as housing and mixed use developments, and administration of the Revolving Loan Fund.  Morrill will also represent the AEDC on community development groups and marketing initiatives.

“I am thrilled to be part of the AEDC team. Living and working in a small community reinventing itself is a unique experience. I look forward to the opportunity to be a part of community development and see the town’s prosperous future.” -Laura Morrill

“Albion is on the cusp of incredible development and revitalization and with staff departures impacting our ability to respond to the many challenges and opportunities that present themselves, we are thrilled to welcome Tiki and Laura to the Team. They bring skills and experience that will compliment the team and broaden our ability to be effective. They have truly hit the ground running this week and are assets to our organization.”  – Amy Deprez, President of the AEDC