VP of Economic Development
Todd Dolbin is the VP of Economic Development at the Chamber
Todd is an economic-development professional with 18 years of experience dedicated to business growth, attraction and retention. His career focuses on economic strategic planning, business engagement, workforce development, international-business expansion, and community development.
Prior to joining the Chamber, Todd served as Deputy Director for Baltimore County’s Department of Economic and Workforce Development where he oversaw and managed performance operations and execution of the county’s economic development, workforce development and tourism divisions. He also held leadership roles in Baltimore’s city government as director of tax incentive programs and foreign-trade zones.
Todd holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and International Business with minors in Economics and International Studies from Penn State, an MBA from Towson University, and a Certified Global Business Professional certificate.
After graduating from Penn State, Todd spent two years working as an English teacher in Kanazawa, Japan. When he returned to the U.S., Todd served as an International Business Consultant at Saint Francis University Small Business Development Center where he led business trade missions to Australia, Ukraine and Argentina.
Todd loves live music and is an avid skier who also enjoys spending time outdoors kayaking, camping and hiking. He and his wife, Emily, are both Centre County natives and graduates of State College Area High School, and the parents of two daughters.
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