Past, Present and Future: Economic Development Opportunities and Challenges for Prince George’s County, MarylandOver the past eight years, Prince George’s County, Maryland has applied numerous tools, strategies and initiatives to address its economic development challenges, and experienced some positive results as well as obstacles along the way. Our presenter, Mr. David S. Iannucci will talk about projects that were put in place in 2010, and big projects on the horizon or in the pipeline that need to come to fruition. He will brief us on some of the ongoing impediments that the County faces, both external and internal, and how we need to break through to overcome difficulties and maintain progressive forward movement.
|Wednesday, September 27||10:30 a.m. - 12 noon||County Administration Building||TBD|
Speaker/Instructor BiographyDavid S. Iannucci
“David S. Iannucci has served in the Administration of Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker as the Assistant Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Economic Development since 2011. In that position, he directly oversees the activities of Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation, FSC First, and the Conference and Visitors Bureau. Mr. Iannucci plays a prominent role on the County’s key projects such as the pursuit of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters, a new Regional Medical Center, and the Purple Line, working to retain and support the County’s existing business community, and oversight of the County Executive’s $50 million Economic Development Incentive Fund. In his 40-year career, Mr. Iannucci has served in many positions within state and local government. His previous positions include Secretary of the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development, Executive Director of the Baltimore County Department of Economic Development, and under former Maryland Governor William Donald Schaefer, Chief Legislative Officer. Mr. Iannucci is a 1979 graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law, a member of the Maryland Bar, and a 1974 graduate of the University of Maryland College Park. David S. Iannucci is also a former President of the Maryland Economic Development Association (MEDA) and is a member of the MEDA Hall of Fame. A long-time resident of Prince George's County, he resides in Bowie with his wife and daughter.”