Obion Co. CEO to lead statewide development council

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — An Obion County CEO has been chosen to lead the Tennessee Economic Development Council.


According to a news release, Lindsay Frilling, who is the CEO of Obion County Joint Economic Development Corporation, was named the council’s president for the 2022-2023 year.

The release says that Frilling was nominated at TEDC’s Fall Conference held in Kingsport in East Tennessee.

Frilling said:

“I am excited to serve as the President of the TN Economic Development Council as the organization has been a key resource for my professional development over the last 14 years
through both educational and networking opportunities.  In my new leadership role, I am able to pay it forward by investing my time into other economic development and professional members of TEDC. I love representing Obion County and being able to showcase our community throughout my work as an executive board member.”

Read the full news release here.

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