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Wendel Leaving Economic Development Office

GREENVILLE — Saying she is “ready for new challenges,” Career Pathway Coordinator Lisa Wendel will be leaving Darke County Economic Development (DCED) effective Friday, August 4.

From the August 2, 2017 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Erik Martin, Staff Reporter

GREENVILLE — Saying she is “ready for new challenges,” Career Pathway Coordinator Lisa Wendel will be leaving Darke County Economic Development (DCED) effective Friday, August 4.

Wendel has had the position with DCED for four years. Prior to this, she served as superintendent at Mississinawa Valley Schools. Her new challenge will take her to Franklin Monroe Elementary School, where she will serve as the elementary’s guidance counselor.

“I was an elementary guidance counselor early in my career, prior to starting at Mississinawa Valley in administration, and just kind of made a full circle,” she said.

In her position with DCED, Wendel was responsible for creating collaborations between local businesses and education, marketing career opportunities to Darke County students, and creating a “seamless pipeline” of workers from school to business.

Programs developed under Wendel’s tenure have been the student and teacher manufacturing tours, the Junior Job Shadow program, the Senior Straight to Work job fair, internships, and the 20 Under 20 awards.......

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