The seat honors the late Edward Lynch, who for many years was at the center of business and community development and was highly regarded for his character, leadership and decisive manner
VANCOUVER — The business leaders group Identity Clark County is accepting nominations through October for the 2020 Ed Lynch Board Seat, a one-year courtesy appointment to ICC’s Board of Directors for an aspiring business leader.
The seat honors the late Edward Lynch, who for many years was at the center of business and community development and was highly regarded for his character, leadership and decisive manner. Lynch chaired Identity Clark County for more than a decade.
“The Ed Lynch Board Seat is a unique opportunity for a promising young business leader to work alongside influential business leaders as we seek to make our community an even better place to land, live and learn,” said Ron Arp, president of Identity Clark County.
The individual chosen for the Ed Lynch Board Seat will demonstrate strong potential as a business leader, possess positive character attributes, and can participate in ICC discussions, such as monthly meetings and occasional forums. The Seat currently is occupied by Maren L. Calvert, an attorney with Horenstein Law Group, PLLC.
Prior honorees include Terry Wollam of Wollam & Associates, Avaly Scarpelli of the Building Industry Association of Clark County, and Jim Mains of Main Distinction.
Identity Clark County is seeking referrals and suggestions from investors and friends. Expressions of interest may be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org with a biography or resume and letter of recommendation. The organization will complete a private screening and selection process in early November.
Identity Clark County is a 25-year-old business advocacy organization comprised of influential business leaders. The privately funded organization maintains an office in Vancouver and a lobbying presence in Olympia.