Erin Ketelle Death – Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Economic Development Project Manager Erin Ketelle of Nashville has sadly passed away. She died leaving family and friends in shock. She was confirmed dead on Saturday 24th June 2023 in a post that says “Rest in peace Erin Ketelle you forever changed my life for the better and am grateful for our 20 years. You will be sorely missed”. The circumstances surrounding the exact cause of Erin Ketelle’s death has not been known.
Erin Ketelle Education
Although she was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, she made her home in Nashville, Tennessee for the majority of her life. Oak Ridge High School was her alma mater, and she graduated with honours. She graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Government in 20023, and then went on to get a Master of Public Administration degree in Public Administration and Urban Planning from the same university in 2008. Both degrees were in the field of public administration and urban planning.
From January 2009 through July 2009, she worked for the County Officials Association of Tennessee as a Legislative Intern for a total of seven months. Between July 2009 and December 2010, she worked as a Research Coordinator with the University of Tennessee County Technical Assistance Service. Her tenure there lasted for a total of one year and six months.
Erin Ketelle Career
Between the months of January 2011 and October 2012, she held the post of Assistant to the Executive Director at the University of Tennessee’s Centre for Industrial Services. During that time, she worked there for a total of one year and ten months. She was given a promotion to the position of Economic Development Specialist – TCED Programme Director, which she remained in for two years and one month, beginning in October 2012 and ending in October 2014. Between July 2018 to July 2022, she worked as an Economic Development Manager at the University of Tennessee Centre for Industrial Services.
Her tenure there spanned 4 years and 1 month. During her time at the University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service, she worked as a DRIVE! Programme Manager. During her time at the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, she worked as the Economic Development Project Manager.
Erin Ketelle’s obituary will be released by the family
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