As a member of the Business Development and Regulatory Advocacy Team, Edit has extensive experience in economic research and analysis, including econometric forecasting, survey research and marketing local economies. She works with our clients to prepare comments, testimony and ex-parte presentations regarding economic models that are used for determination of Universal Service funding at both the federal and state levels.
Prior to joining Consortia in 2007, she taught Economics courses at the University of Nebraska. Previously, as the Director of the Business Information Center in Lexington, Kentucky, Edit worked in economic development conducting studies regarding the local economy. Edit holds a master’s degree from West Virginia University. Edit works in our Lincoln office.