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Meet the new face of the Business Council of Alabama

Katie Britt is a Wiregrass girl through and through, but she’s using her love for the entire state to improve the business climate as the new president of the Business Council of Alabama. Britt lived in the same place for 18 years – Enterprise – but between her legal and …

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Katie Boyd Britt is a 2019 Woman of Impact

Katie Boyd Britt is swiftly becoming the leading expert on breaking through barriers and paving the way for those to follow. At the beginning of 2019, Britt was named the first female president and CEO of the Business Council of Alabama (BCA) – a prominent statewide association advocating for companies …

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Business leaders participate in Montgomery Drive-In

The day began at Central Restaurant, where David Cole, vice president of governmental affairs for the Business Council of Alabama, thanked attendees for their willingness to engage political leaders and involvement in the process.

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HSAA expansion to bring 168 jobs to Enterprise

Guest speaker for the Investors’ Luncheon and Business Council of Alabama President Katie Boyd Britt extended gratitude to Lee and HSAA on behalf of the BCA and the community as an Enterprise native herself. Britt said that the expansion will be taking the Wiregrass in the “right direction” in the …

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Is the road to the future being paved in the Alabama House of Representatives this morning?

Friday morning as the Alabama House of Representatives prepared for consideration of legislation enabling a 10 cent fuel tax — the first increase in revenue for roads and bridges in 27 years — we spoke with Katie Britt, president of the Business Council of Alabama, one of the key groups …

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Britt encourages women to find their voice

Women were supporting women at the sixth annual Lead Forward women’s conference and business expo Friday. The Alexander City Chamber of Commerce hosted the event at Central Alabama Community College, where Katie Britt, the first female president of the Business Council of Alabama, was the keynote speaker.

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