Denton awarded IAMC Fellow designation

ATHENS, TX: The Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC) recently awarded Lisa Denton, executive director of Athens Economic Development Corporation, the IAMC Fellow designation at its Spring Forum.

IAMC Fellows have completed the Leadership Development Program participating in five leadership seminars in four learning categories including individual, team, emotional intelligence and general leadership. The program provides high-quality training that enhances personal and professional leadership skills.

“IAMC Fellows are leaders in IAMC, their companies and the industry at large,” said J. Tate Godfrey, CEcD, executive director of IAMC. “Lisa Denton is a great asset to IAMC. We are very pleased to welcome her to this prestigious group of IAMC Fellows.”

Since 2006, more than 185 professionals have earned the IAMC Fellow designation.

“It is an honor to join the ranks of the College of Fellows and receive this prestigious designation from IAMC,” Denton said. “This organization is the leader in industrial and manufacturing real estate trade associations. The professional development training, countless networking opportunities and numerous resources offered by IAMC make membership a must for anyone in the economic development arena. I look forward to continuing to grow within IAMC and am thankful to have the opportunity to participate on behalf of Athens.”

Founded in 2002, IAMC is the leading association of industrial asset management and corporate real estate executives, their suppliers, service providers and economic developers. IAMC’s membership totals more than 600 professionals across the United States, Canada and abroad.