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Longmont EDP’s interim CEO announces departure

Stephanie Pitts-Noggle took on temporary role five months ago as board undertakes hiring process for new leadership
Stephanie Pitts-Noggle

The interim president and CEO of the Longmont Economic Development Partnership is stepping down from the role.

In an email Monday, Stephanie Pitts-Noggle confirmed that she would be departing from the interim role to become the Economic Development Manager for the Town of Erie starting March 13. Her last day with Longmont will be March 10.

“It’s been a pleasure to work for the Longmont EDP and truly an honor to serve the City of Longmont,” Pitts-Noggle said. “As a resident of Longmont, I can’t wait to see what our community will achieve in the coming years as we continue to implement our strategic plan for economic development, Advance Longmont 2.0.”

Pitts-Noggle served as interim president for the LEDP since November, after Jessica Erickson ended an eight-year tenure as president and CEO of the partnership. Pitts-Noggle has worked for the LEDP since October 2020.

LEDP Board Chair Cameron Grant said in an email that the search for a new president and CEO is underway and is anticipated to take several months.

“We are fortunate to have a strong staff that is doing a great job for the organization as we transition to the next LEDP leader,” he said. “The LEDP Executive Board has been actively interviewing candidates for the President/CEO position, and I look forward to announcing the results of that process soon.”

A job posting for the role remains available online with an advertised salary range of $123,036-$147,636.

Amy Golden

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Amy Golden is a reporter for the Longmont Leader covering city and county issues, along with anything else that comes her way.
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