Horvath has been with the SEDP for over 16 years, and works to attract, retain and expand contributory businesses and jobs in Shiawassee County, with a current focus on talent development.
Justin has been an active member of MEDA since early in his career, including completing the Practitioners Training Certification Program, receiving the 2017 Medalist of the Year Award, sharing his expertise as a Business Retention and Expansion instructor for Michigan’s Economic Development Basic Course, and serving as the Board Treasurer in 2018. He is also a member and Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) through the International Economic Development Council.
Horvath received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics, Master of Arts degree in Applied Economics, and a Master of Public Policy degree, all from the University of Michigan.
Justin joins two other talented economic development leaders who were re-elected to the Board for three-year terms starting in 2019: Stephanie Carroll, Manager, Business Development and Community Relations, City of Auburn Hills, and Kimberly Marrone, Economic Development and Communications Director, City of Oak Park.