February 13, 2020
PHILADELPHIA (Feb. 13, 2020) – The Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, the region’s think-and-do tank that addresses critical issues facing the Greater Philadelphia area, has brought on four new staff members to help the organization continue to provide impactful research, connect diverse leaders, and advance shared solutions.
Economy League Executive Director Jeff Hornstein is augmenting the organization’s capacity with two new directors, a program manager and a new office manager. These additions will allow the Economy League to deepen existing initiatives such as the Greater Philadelphia Leadership Exchange and Philadelphia Anchors for Growth & Equity, but also to launch its new Civic Impact Labs program.
“I was thrilled by the response to our job descriptions – we had incredibly talented people apply for these positions, and we were fortunate to have our offers accepted by each of our first-choice candidates,” said Hornstein. “With an expanded and energized staff and the launch of our Civic Impact Lab, 2020 is shaping up to be a great year for the Economy League!”