Mary Jane Olhasso, Economic Development Administrator for the County of San Bernardino is Awarded IAMC Fellow Designation
San Bernardino, Calif., – The Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC) has awarded Mary Jane Olhasso, Economic Development Administrator with the County of San Bernardino, the designation IAMC Fellow. IAMC Fellows have completed the Leadership Development Program, participating in five leadership seminars in four learning categories: individual, team, emotional intelligence and general leadership.
The Leadership Development Program provides high-quality training that enhances personal and professional leadership skills. Past seminar speakers and topics include:
· Gary Kunath, the Founder and former CEO of the Summit Group: “Leading Across Generations for Improved Retention and Performance”
· Randy Pennington, the resource for leaders who expect results: “Make Change Work: Deliver Results and Add Value”
· Patricia Fripp, award-winning speaker, executive speech coach and author: “The Four Steps to Leadership: Doer, Developer, Role Model, Inspirer”
“IAMC Fellows are leaders not only in IAMC, but also in the industry at large,” said Ron Starner, executive director of IAMC. “Mary Jane is a great asset to IAMC. We are very pleased to welcome her to this prestigious group of IAMC Fellows.”
As the Economic Development Agency Administrator for the County of San Bernardino, Olhasso is responsible for the economic growth and strategic future development for the largest county in the United States. Olhasso oversees key County departments encompassing more than 200 employees.
“I am honored to have the status of an IAMC Fellow. IAMC shares the same values that the County of San Bernardino does when it comes to leveraging collaboration and innovation in serving the needs of the corporate user,” said Olhasso. “Looking ahead, we plan to employ our skills to expanding our County’s diverse industrial product for industries such as plastics, food processing, technology, furniture manufacturing and others.”
About the County of San Bernardino
Located at the heart of Southern California, an economy of 22 million people, the County of San Bernardino is the largest county in the United States. Its vast borders stretch from the greater Los Angeles area to the Nevada border and the Colorado River encompassing a total area of 20,160 square miles. Comprised of 24 cities, the County of San Bernardino encompasses more than two million residents with a workforce exceeding 900,000. Its assets include an innovation corridor of close to two dozen colleges and universities supporting a strong, diverse workforce along with an unparalleled collection of roadways, runways and railways that lead to regional, national and international business centers. One of its transportation assets is the Ontario International Airport featuring the western hub for UPS. Visit www.SBCountyAdvantage.com to learn more.
About the IAMC Leadership Development Program
The Leadership Development Program provides high-quality training across four broad learning categories: individual, team, emotional intelligence and general leadership. Candidates who complete the program are awarded the IAMC Fellow designation. Since 2006, 90 candidates have earned the IAMC Fellow designation.
For more information, visit http://www.iamc.org/events/leadership.cfm.
About the Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC)
Founded in June 2002, the Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC) is the leading association of industrial asset management and corporate real estate executives, their suppliers, service providers and economic developers. IAMC is a member-focused association providing strategic insights, highest quality educational resources and exclusive networking opportunities for the leaders of the manufacturing and industrial asset management industry. As of March 2012, the membership of IAMC totaled 565. For more information, call (770) 325-3461 or visit www.iamc.org.