Posted: Thursday, June 27, 2019. 10:55 am CST.
By BBN Staff:Clarence Hulse, a born Belizean and resident of Maskall Village, Belize District was inducted as a member of the Lambda Alpha International at their initiation banquet held on June 19, 2019.
Hulse is the son of Pastor George and Sylvia Hulse of Maskall. Clarence is recognized as a visionary leader in the community and economic development profession. Hulse is the Executive director of the Economic Development Corporation in Michigan, Indiana where he is known for his passion and talent in implementing and executing a community’s vision.
Hulse’s diverse background includes achievements in performance management, affordable housing, strategic planning, redevelopment, marketing, business recruitment, project financing, and building community partnerships.
“It is both an honor and a privilege for me to be recognized by my colleagues. I am very excited and look forward to both advancing the caliber of the profession and improving the economic status of communities across the country,” Hulse stated.
Lambda Alpha International (LAI) is a global land economics society that provides professionals with a forum for the exchange of ideas in the fast-paced world of land-use and development.
Members come from a wide variety of fields related to the use and reuse of land.
Membership in LAI is highly selective through a nomination process that is initiated by an active LAI member.
Requirements include 10 or more years of experience in their fields, needing to distinguish yourself professionally, making an outstanding contribution to the field of land economics, and demonstrating a commitment to public service with a high standard of professional ethics.
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