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Ms. Caralee Swanberg

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Vice President of Economic Develo...

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Local Address:  Michigan , United States
Lake Superior Community Partnership
501 South Front Street
Marquette , Michigan 49855
United States

Company Description: The Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) is a private-public partnership created for community and economic development. The Partnership was founded on the...   more

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  • bachelor's degree , Public Relations
    Northern Michigan University
  • bachelor s degree , Public Relations
    Northern Michigan University
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Lake Superior Community Partnership, 17 Nov 2015 [cached]
To request a Revolving Loan Fund Application contact Caralee Swanberg at 906-226-6591 x108 or
Caralee Swanberg, vice ..., 16 Sept 2015 [cached]
Caralee Swanberg, vice president of Economic Development for the LSCP said Marquette County has come a long way since the end of the recession in 2009.
"You can see that we've now pretty much completely rebounded," Swanberg said. "Historically, Marquette County sits well below the rest of the state in unemployment, and we are actually below most of the Upper Peninsula in unemployment as well."
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Looking forward, Swanberg said Marquette County is one of the only regions in the U.P. that does not expect a decline in population and one of the few areas throughout the state that has not seen a decline at all in recent years. According to the report, employment is also expected to increase through 2018 by an even larger margin.
"While our population is expected to increase by about 1 percent, our employment is actually expected to increase about 2 percent, which means that we'll have an even lower unemployment rate, which will bring us very close to a natural zero, or about 4.5 to 5 percent," she said, with an 8 percent employment growth expected through 2023.
When pitted against other like-sized communities across the Midwest, Marquette County has seen similar metric shifts in terms of employment in recent years, but is expected to move into the group's top tier throughout the next decade.
"While we're expected to grow quite a bit and move to the top level of that, a lot of our counterparts are seeing much less growth and in some cases, no growth and even loss," Swanberg said.
Partner Celebrations - Lake Superior Community Partnership, 30 Sept 2013 [cached]
Attending the celebration (left to right) were Amy Clickner, Marquette County Ambassador, Kori Tossava, Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Jesse Bell, Marquette County Ambassador, Scott Patrick, Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Area Chamber of Commerce Board President, Dylan Mackey, Ben Thiele, Jeremy Symons, Owner, David Coron, Ryan Niemi, Caralee Swanberg, LSCP Director of Business Development and Betsy Morais, LSCP Director of Marketing and Communications.
Attending the celebration (from left to right) Betsy Morais, LSCP Director of Marketing & Communications, Jim Enright, Major Donor, Rich Rossway, TFH PR Director, Doreen Takalo, TFH Board Member, Christine Pesola, Marquette County Ambassador, Dave Nyberg, Director of the Northern Michigan Office for Governor Rick Snyder, John Kivela, State Representative, Dave Mastric, TFH Service Learning Coordinator, Bob Hanson, TFH Board President, Thom Hadfield, Special Assistant to Congressman Dan Benishek, Jim Casatt, District Representative for State Senator Tom Casperson, Christine Myers, TFH CEO, Scott Erbisch, Marquette County Administrator & Ambassador, Cathy Enright, TFH Administrative Deputy Director & Major Donor, Kia Richmond, TFH Board Member, Ben Yelle, Sands Township Supervisor, Mike Mayhew, TFH Board Member, Russ Bengry, TFH Board Member, Caralee Swanberg, LSCP Director of Business Development and Alex Knudson, Regional Economic Development Liaison.
Attending the celebration (from left to right) were Marquette County Ambassador, Jesse Bell, Marquette County Ambassador, Tom Edmark, LSCP Director of Business Development, Caralee Swanberg, Daniele Carole Photography owner, Daniele Miljour, Panache owner, Janice Chittle and LSCP Regional Economic Development Liaison, Alex Knudson.
Attending the celebration (from left to right) were Marquette County Ambassador, Tom Edmark, LSCP Director of Business Development, Caralee Swanberg, LSCP Assistant to Events & Marketing, Claire Kooperman, Superior Design & Advertising Graphic Designer, Jeremy Symons, Superior Design & Advertising Owner, Brooke Ferns, Superior Design & Advertising Owner, Andy Ferns, Superior Design & Advertising Art Director, Ben Stewart, Superior Design & Advertising Operations Manager, Patrick Cathcart, LSCP Assistant to Economic Development & Operations, Denise Elizondo and Marquette County Ambassador, Keith Moyle.
Attending the celebration (from left to right) were Marquette County Ambassador, Tom Edmark, TruNorth's Chairman of the Supervisory Committee, William Kangas, Manager of Mortgages, Cheryl Kellow, Manager of Consumer Loans, Toni Lawson, Board Member, Nancy Cope, Board Member, John Wallace, Manager of Operations, Lisa Blondeau, Manager of Member Services, Pam Argall, General Manager, George Isola, Board Member, Robyn Lucas, President of the Board, Neil Anderson, LSCP Director of Business Development, Caralee Swanberg and LSCP Assistant to Events & Marketing, Claire Kooperman.
Lake Superior Community Partnership, 5 Aug 2006 [cached]
Swanberg promoted to Vice President of Economic Development
Posted by Lake Superior Community Partnership on March 23, 2015
LSCP_15 72dpi MARQUETTE - Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) recently promoted Caralee Swanberg to Vice President of Economic Development.
Swanberg has a bachelor's degree in Public Relations from Northern Michigan University. Before joining the LSCP in 2010, she worked in high-tech financial start-ups, venture capital and private real-estate development throughout the east coast and mid-west. Swanberg is certified in Economic Gardening and is a Certified Global Business Professional. She oversees all Business Development activities and in her new position as VP of Economic Development her role will be expanding to lead several strategic objectives set by the organization over the next five years.
"Caralee has been an integral part of the LSCP Economic Development team for over four years," comment LSCP CEO, Amy Clickner.
I fully expect that Ms. Swanberg will continue to meet and exceed the goals and objectives she tackles long into the future."
Marquette Symphony Orchestra Information, 25 Oct 2015 [cached]
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