The Delaware Prosperity Partnership which will be run day-to-day by a chief executive officer and a full-time staff will lead business marketing efforts for the state, with a focus on attracting early-stage and technology-focused businesses, recruitment of large employers, and expansion of international business opportunities for Delaware companies.
Alan Brangman, Executive Vice President, University of Delaware
Eric Cheek, Associate Vice President, Delaware State University
Nick Lambrow, President of Delaware Region, M&T Bank
Our fourth graders who come each year really benefit from this experience, learning about how much water we have in Delaware and the important role it plays in our lives, said Jennifer Donihue, fourth grade teacher from Lighthouse Christian School.
More than 100 volunteers educators, scientists, teachers and parents participated in todays festival and included staff from: Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control; Delaware Department of Agriculture; Delaware Nature Society; Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs; Kent Conservation District; New Castle Conservation District; Sussex Conservation District; Tidewater Utilities; the National Park Service; the City of Dover; the University of Delaware; the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary; the Delaware Department of Transportation; and Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, Office of Drinking Water.