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Savannah Economic Development Authority

Meet our team
Hugh "Trip" Tollison

President and CEO

912.447.8450
Jen Bonnett

Vice President of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

912.447.9697
Leia Dedic

Vice President of Strategy and Partnerships

912.447.9711
Jesse Dillon

Vice President of Business Development

912.447.9704
Angela Hendrix

Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations

912.447.9699
Mark Sprosty

Vice President of Finance, Administration & Compliance

912.447.9705
Leigh Acevedo

Director of Business Retention and Workforce Initiatives

912.447.9713
Jennifer Collins

Business Development Project Manager

912.447.9700
Liz Ely

Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator

912.447.9715
Morgan Ferguson

Economic Research Manager

912.447.8450
Beth McLaughlin

Accounting Administrator/Office Manager

912.447.9702
Yvonne Wilemon

Administrative Assistant and Account Administrator

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World Trade Center Savannah

Meet our team
Leigh Ryan

Vice President

World Trade Center Savannah

912.447.9701
Jessie Jenkins

Director of Research and Trade Development

World Trade Center Savannah

912.447.9710
Antwone Smoak

Programs and Community Development Coordinator

World Trade Center Savannah

912.447.4157

Savannah Regional Film Commission

Meet our team
Beth Nelson

Executive Director

Savannah Regional Film Commission

912.447.4160
Renée Leventis

Office Manager

Savannah Regional Film Commission

912.447.4164
Katie Schuck

Location Specialist

Savannah Regional Film Commission

912.447.4163
Andy Young

Location Scout / Photographer

Savannah Regional Film Commission

912.447.4162

Latest News

Igneo Technologies to open first U.S. facility at SeaPoint in Savannah

Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that e-waste recycling company Igneo Technologies will invest $85 million in opening its first U.S. electronics recycling facility at the Port of Savannah. This is expected to create at least 150 jobs in Chatham County once Igneo is fully operational. “Georgia continues to lead…

10.13.2021

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Bioplastics company to open facility in Savannah, creating more than 100 job opportunities

On Sept. 8, Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that bioplastics company NANTRenewables, a subsidiary of NantWorks, will invest up to $29 million to build a manufacturing facility at SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex in Savannah. This venture will create 134 manufacturing jobs in Chatham County. Hiring is expected to begin…

09.08.2021

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Gov. Kemp Announces Purchase of Mega-Site in Bryan County

Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced the authorization to purchase a 2,284-acre economic development site in partnership between the State of Georgia and the Savannah Harbor-Interstate 16 Corridor Joint Development Authority (JDA). The strategic purchase of the Bryan County Mega-Site is the largest in state history. Officials from the Georgia…

05.25.2021

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