New Kimberley EDO Comes On Board

A familiar face has returned to Kimberley in the role of the City’s new economic development officer.

Schaun Goodeve, new Economic Development Officer for the City of Kimberley.

Schaun Goodeve, new Economic Development Officer for the City of Kimberley. — Photo courtesy Schaun Goodeve/LinkedIn)

A familiar face has returned to Kimberley in the role of the City’s new economic development officer and he brings with him an impressive list of accomplishments in the economic development field.

Schaun Goodeve, was the past president of the Kimberley Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of Tourism Kimberley and founding chair of the Kimberley Downtown Business Association.

For the last 4-plus years Schaun has been the director of planning and economic development at the Town of Morinville in Alberta, where he captured the Economic Development Officer of the Year Award for Alberta.

Schaun is known for his "roll up your sleeves" work ethic for accomplishing big picture strategic thinking. He has over 15 years proven international and domestic economic development management experience specializing in rural community development, planning and tourism.

Welcome back to Kimberley, Schaun. 

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