Adirondack Economic Development Corp names project and grants coordinator
SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Economic Development Corporation, a not-for-profit economic development organization located in Saranac Lake, announced this week that Julia Chambers has joined the team as its projects and grants coordinator.
Chambers brings over 10 years of experience in administrative coordination, including event management, budgeting and financial tracking, and administrative support. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Rochester. Chambers provides financial reporting to support the organization’s lending and technical assistance programs, and tracks and maintains compliance with grant awards.
Raised in the Adirondacks, Chambers has recently moved back and is eager to enjoy some of her favorite pursuits, such as hiking, skiing and participating in the local community.
“I am excited to join the team at the Adirondack Economic Development Corporation and look forward to helping small businesses in the area,” said Chambers.
“We are so excited to have Julia on board with our team,” said Executive Director Victoria Duley. “Her skills are a huge asset to managing our growing programs and to service our client small businesses and partners. Julia and her spouse are happy to be newly re-settled in the Adirondacks and we are fortunate to have them here.”
The Adirondack Economic Development Corporation is an economic development non-profit and Community Development Financial Institution based in Saranac Lake. Since 1976, AEDC has provided business training, lending, technical assistance and networking resources to underserved populations and to newly existing businesses throughout northern New York.