Four new members join Leadership Council

Leadership Council Southwestern Illinois has added four new members.

They are C. Green & Associates, Inc., Heyl Royster, Caritas Family Solutions and Geotechnology, Inc.

The Leadership Council works to unite business, industry, government, education and labor for economic growth in Southwestern Illinois.

greenServing as C. Green & Associates, Inc.’s representative on heuermanthe Leadership Council is Carolyn Green, president of the Edwardsville-based consulting firm. C. Green & Associates specializes in communicating complicated concepts and reaching unique audiences.

Barry Noeltner will serve as Heyl Royster’s board representative on the Leadership Council. The Edwardsville-based law firm has served the legal needs of businesses and individuals throughout Illinois and the surrounding region for more than a century.

Serving as a council board member for Caritas Family Solutions is Chief Executive Officer Gary Huelsmann, MSW. Headquartered in Belleville, Caritas is a not-for-profit licensed child welfare and family service agency, serving a 42-county area.

 

noeltnerLucas Heuerman, Illinois office manager for Geotechnology, is serving as the company’s representative. Established in 1984, Collinsville-based Geotechnology, Inc. is a professional engineering and environmental services corporation providing services in huelsmannapplied earth and environmental sciences, geotechnical engineering, onstruction materials testing and non-destructive testing, geophysical surveys, drilling and construction observation. Geotechnology has four offices with more than 150 employees located in Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, and Tennessee.

The Leadership Council Southwestern Illinois is a member-based, economic development corporation representing Madison and St. Clair counties.

The council works to unite business, industry, government, education and labor for economic growth in Southwestern Illinois. These effective partnerships serve as a driving force behind successful economic development efforts throughout the Metro East region.

(Shown, starting from top, are Carolyn Green, Lucas Heuerman, Barry Noelter and Gary Huelsmann)

 

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