CERC’s greatest value lies in our accomplished, professional staff who have a commitment to customer service, which has earned CERC a reputation for excellence in Connecticut.
Robin maintains CERC's accounts payables and receivables, payroll, and purchasing.
Municipal Services Associate
Sadie Colcord provides support with the development of strategies for local economic growth, outreach to municipalities, and grant writing.
Director of Information Technology
Elliot manages the organization's hardware and software needs, internet applications and electronic communication systems.
Vice President of Research
Alissa is responsible for the company’s business and economic research services, and performs extensive research and analysis concerning state and regional issues.
Senior Research and Policy Analyst
Sarah is responsible for conducting a wide range of analyses, such as economic and fiscal impacts; demographic, economic and fiscal trend reports; benchmarking and best practice studies; and surveys and feasibility studies.
Vice President of Business Recruitment
Jason supports the state’s business development and recruitment initiatives by cultivating and managing relationships with strategic partners and prospective business clients interested in doing business in Connecticut.
Financial & Research Analyst
Rachel supports CERC’s research clients, with a focus on financial analyses and feasibility studies.
Vice President of Municipal Services
Courtney specializes in designing and implementing economic development strategies and oversees CERC's services to Connecticut municipalities.
Business Development Associate
Jessica Inacio provides overall support to CERC’s business development initiatives by coordinating recruitment efforts and managing relationships with key stakeholders in Connecticut’s business community and economic development network.
Governance and Research Analyst
Patricia works on a variety of research projects, development initiatives, corporate governance and communications for CERC.
Natalie provides overall administrative support for the CERC organization.
President & CEO
Bob leads the organization in developing and delivering economic development services, aimed at improving the state's competitiveness.
Associate Director of Business Development
Erron is responsible for researching and promoting commercial real estate properties suitable for business relocation and expansion needs in Connecticut.
Vice President of Marketing
Kristi provides strategic direction to CERC and its marketing department and services for CERC’s state, municipal and nonprofit clients.
Director of Business Services
Beth assists new, expanding and relocating businesses with navigating through the business resources and the state’s licensing and registration process.
Vice President of Finance
Paul is responsible for CERC’s accounting, budgeting, financial reporting and financial planning.
Mia is responsible for conducting a wide range of economic analyses such as economic and fiscal impacts; demographic, economic and fiscal trend reports; benchmarking and best practice studies; surveys and more.