Bryan Mack, a lifelong resident of Sussex County, has joined Delaware Prosperity Partnership in the role of business development manager.
The University of Delaware graduate most recently served as community relations coordinator at Delaware Technical Community College. He previously served as director of scheduling in the Washington, D.C., office of U.S. Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del.
Delaware Prosperity Partnership leads Delaware’s economic development efforts to attract, grow and retain businesses; build a stronger entrepreneurial and innovation ecosystem; and support private employers in identifying and developing talent. Its business development team works with site selectors, executives and developers focused on where to locate or grow a business; helps with reviewing potential sites and cost-of-living analyses; and works closely with economic development partners statewide, as well as with the state’s Division of Small Business.
Working from both Sussex County and the Delaware Prosperity Partnership headquarters in Wilmington, Mack will promote Delaware as a business location by coordinating corporate visits, hosting prospects, representing Delaware at economic development events, and conducting individual outreach and cultivation with site selectors and other key players in business location. He also will connect with Delaware’s current business leaders to ensure Delaware Prosperity Partnership has a clear sense of the needs of Delaware businesses.
Mack is a Cape Henlopen High School graduate who lives in his hometown of Rehoboth Beach. In his leisure time, he enjoys running, playing soccer, surfing, skiing, and relaxing on the beach with friends and family.