Webinar Purpose: To introduce fiscal and economic impact tools available to communities, including a review of the types of analyses and data that can be generated. After finishing this course, participants should have a broad understanding of tools and data sources available to assist them in making informed decisions regarding economic development projects.
- WEDA/CRA Network members: $45.00
- Members of Partner Associations: $10 discount with promo code (email@example.com for codes)
- Non-members : $65
Matthew Christman is the Director of Research & Technology at New North Inc., a position he has held since August 2018. He initially joined New North, the regional marketing and economic development organization for the 18 counties of Northeast Wisconsin, as Research Analyst in 2013. In his role, Christman handles management and production of research, analytics and technology for New North. He also has been a primary contributor to the development and daily operation of the award-winning Wisconsin Supply Chain Marketplace program. Christman holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Environmental Science and Earth Science, along with a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science & Policy, from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. He additionally possesses certifications in Sustainable Design and Biofuels from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.
Dan Anhalt is Senior Director of Consultative Services for the
Economic Development Washington County (EDWC). His critical expertise to business and community teams helps to capitalizing on local growth potential. An industry veteran of over 36 years in roles within both the private and public sector, Dan brings a variety of knowledge in the areas organizational change, finance, economic development, organizational development strategic planning and human resources. Dan has taught Organizational Development, Training, Human Resources, Labor Law, Recruiting and Critical Thinking for UW-Milwaukee, Marian University and Concordia University at both the Undergraduate and Graduate levels. Dan holds a Masters degree in Administrative Leadership through UW-Milwaukee and a Bachelor degree in Business Administration/Human Resources through UW-Whitewater.