Administrative Director, Woltemade Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship at Ohio Wesleyan University
Megan Ellis joined the Ohio Wesleyan staff in 2015, working to implement the Woltemade Center’s strategic vision, support students, and enhance the center’s national impact and visibility in the fields of economics, finance, marketing, management, entrepreneurship, accounting, and international business.
Ellis is a 2005 graduate of Ohio Wesleyan, where she majored in Economics with a Management Concentration and minored in Psychology.
She was actively involved as a student in The Woltemade Center and after graduation established a career in development, marketing, corporate relations, special events, and grant writing.
Economic Development Director, Delaware County
Bob Lamb joined the county in 2015, where his primary role is to further economic development through new business-attraction activities, infrastructure enhancement, and supporting the Delaware County Finance Authority.
Lamb holds a Juris Doctorate from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and a master’s degree in Urban Planning and Development from Cleveland State University. He has certifications in Public Management and Lean/Six Sigma from Arizona State University, Lawrence Technological University, the State of Ohio, and the International City/County Management Association.
He previously worked as the Community and Economic Development Manager for the City of Upper Arlington and as the Economic Development Administrator for the City of Glendale, Arizona.
Economic Development Director, City of Delaware
Sean Hughes joined the city in 2013. In his role, he has led projects that have created or retained more than 1,000 jobs in the city. He also was instrumental in negotiating the Sawmill Parkway Extension, which provides access to an additional 1,600 acres of industrial and office acreage in the city.
Hughes holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism – Advertising Management from Ohio University and a master’s degree in Marketing and Communication from Franklin University.
He previously served as Executive Director of the Madison County Chamber of Commerce, Madison County Future Inc. Community Improvement Corporation, and Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau.