Oregon Economic Development Foundation is a public/private partnership that works with local, regional and statewide partners to recruit and retain businesses. OEDF maintains a strong private sector membership investor base that includes businesses in and around Oregon, Ohio and the region. Interested in becoming an investor? Please click the link below to access “features & benefits’ document and how to get involved today!
The region is equipped with the tools to help your company make the move here or expand. Numerous programs providing financial assistance, tax incentives, technology support and job training assistance are just a few of the ways we can help. The best incentive we can offer your business is our strategic location, skilled labor force and superior quality of life. Don’t believe us? Check it out for yourself!
OEDF is comprised of two staff members, four executive board members, and twenty eight board of directors and maintains a strong relationship with the City of Oregon Mayor, Mike Seferian, Council Members & city staff.
Lindsay W. Myers
Lindsay Myers serves as the Executive Director for the Oregon Economic Development Foundation. Myers leads the business recruitment and retention efforts for the economic development foundation and works with various community and regional partners to enhance the job market and quality of life for the citizens of Oregon.
Prior to this role, Lindsay spent three years working for Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development. Her most recent role with the GCEcD was as the Program & Project Manager. In this role, Lindsay was responsible for managing 75 educational and outreach programs in global commerce, revitalization & real estate, healthcare and technology. She also co-planned a 10-day, 14-city business delegation to China in 2010 and facilitated and hosted numerous international delegations in Georgia and Gwinnett County. She was also responsible for managing projects in the healthcare sector and sought to recruit and retain companies to Gwinnett County, (Metro Atlanta) Georgia. During her time at the Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development, Myers was a vital part of the team that brought several thousand jobs to the county and was named “Best Implemented Economic Development Initiative 2011” by the International Economic Development Council.
Myers graduated from Georgia Southern University, earning a Bachelor of Science in public relations and marketing. Myers has extensive board & volunteer experience and currently sits on the board of directors for Promedica Bay Park Hospital Foundation, Leadership Toledo, Workforce Investment Board of Lucas County, Northwest Ohio Regional Economic Development Association (NORED) and the Junior League of Toledo. Myers is a transplant to Ohio from Georgia and lives in Toledo with her husband and son.
Marketing & Operations Coordinator
Megan Csehi is the Marketing and Operations Coordinator for Oregon Economic Development Foundation. Megan assists with day to day operations in the office and heads all marketing efforts for the foundation.
Previously, Megan interned with Pilkington in Northwood, working in the Procurement department. There she handled purchase orders for four different manufacturing plants and helped developed more efficient processes for current procurement procedures. Megan also worked in the Marketing department at Chick-fil-A in Perrysburg. She assisted in coordinating and running monthly events inside the store. Megan also helped with outside events, where she promoted Chick-fil-A to Perrysburg area residents.
Megan graduated from The University of Toledo in May where she majored in marketing and minored in management. Megan received college and departmental honors at UT. She also competed on the university’s nationally ranked cross country and track team all four years. Megan is an Oregon native and graduated from Clay High School in 2011.