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Deanna Weeks

President and Chief Executive Officer

East County Economic Development Council

HQ Phone:  (619) 258-3670

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East County Economic Development Council

1870 Cordell Court Suite 202

El Cajon, California,92020

United States

Company Description

The East County EDC Foundation was established in 1998 as a 501c3 non-profit corporation to address specific research, education, and economic development projects. Over its first six years the Foundation has placed high priority on education programs supporti... more

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GCCCD Governing Board Home Page

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Deanna Weeks
Deanna Weeks, 2010 Board Vice President and 2006 Governing Board President, is the President/CEO of the East County Economic Development Council. She has a history of bringing business and education together to strengthen student preparation and success. Ms. Weeks is also president of a nonprofit foundation that provides support to students and instructors, and college and high school programs. Trustee Weeks' background includes the promotion and development of local businesses, Internet resource development, and college textbook editing. She serves on several East County nonprofit boards. Her B.A. degree is from UC Berkeley.


www.sandiegometro.com

Deanna Weeks, one of the longest tenured economic development executives in California, has retired as president and CEO of the East County Economic Development Council (ECEDC) after 25 years in the post.
During the economic recession of the early 1990s, Weeks spearheaded the ECEDC's receipt of a first-of-its-kind in the nation grant from the Department of Defense to study the needs of small defense-related firms in the East County. From that project evolved the Internet connectivity tool for businesses called the Connectory Network. During her tenure, Weeks helped strengthen career and technical education in East County high schools and community colleges with an economic development connection, according to Barry Jantz, ECEDC chairman. Prior to joining the organization, Weeks worked at the Center on Aging at San Diego State University where she developed curriculum for police and sheriff training.


The Sandpiper

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Deanna Weeks, District 2, is the Vice President of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District and the President of the East County Economic Development Council, Michel Anderson, District 4, is a registered lobbyist with the City of San Diego and an attorney. . Adam Day, District 5, is the Assistant Tribal Manager, Sycuan Band of Indians and a member of the 22nd Agricultural District Board.


sandiegometro.com

Weeks Retires from East County Economic Development Council
Deanna Weeks Deanna Weeks, one of the longest tenured economic development executive in California, has retired as president and CEO of the East County Economic Development Council after 25 years in the post. During the economic recession of the early 1990s, Weeks spearheaded the ECEDC's receipt of a first-of-its-kind in the nation grant from the Department of Defense to study the needs of small defense-related firms in the East County. From that project evolved the Internet connectivity tool for businesses called the Connectory Network. "Deanna Weeks has been just an outstanding leader in representing and advancing East County's economic development and the businesses that make it hum," said Barry Jantz, ECEDC chairman. During her tenure, said Jantz, Weeks helped strengthen career and technical education in East County high schools and community colleges with an economic development connection. Prior to joining ECEDC, Weeks worked at the Center on Aging at San Diego State University where she developed curriculum for police and sheriff training.


www.sandiegouniontribune.com

Deanna Weeks' retirement means change is coming to the East County Economic Development Council.


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