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Podcast Episode 78: Joe Sayre Married His Passion and Profession in Economic Development

Meet Joe Sayre, Senior Economic Development Specialist RG&E & NYSEG.

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Podcast Episode 78: Joe Sayre Married His Passion and Profession in Economic Development

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Episode 78 of the Econ Dev Show Podcast is out.  

This episode is brought to you by KathodeRay.

In this episode, Dane talks with Joe Sayre, Senior Economic Development Specialist RG&E & NYSEG.

Joe has only been an economic developer for about six months, but he's found the profession a marriage of all that he's done before, and his love for community service.


He's worked in a variety of jobs and industries... from accounting in the semi-conductor world, to recruiting in higher education, to business development for a mobile sports wagering platform provider.  At the same time, he's also been extremely active in his community and has worked to better it through community/economic development. This includes founding an organization focused on the retention of college students.

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