Shannon Shulters joined the Fulton County Economic Development Corporation in March of 2015. She is a graduate of the Evergreen High School and has her Associates Degree in Business Administration, specializing in Banking, Investment and Finance. She is currently a senior at Tiffin University working towards completing her Bachelor’s Degree online in Business Administration in Organizational Management and is looking forward to graduation in the spring of 2016.
Shannon comes from a diverse working background; she started as a small town restaurant waitress during high school, which then transitioned into a nurse’s assistant shortly after high school graduation. A change in career goals took place four years later she started working as a bank teller and new accounts representative. In 2014 she went to work for the Fulton County Commissioners as the Assistant Clerk, which lead her to find her passion in Economic Development.
Shannon resides in Fulton County with her husband and two daughters in her hometown of Metamora. During her free time Shannon enjoys exercising and running, recently finishing her first half-marathon.
Mia Wenger started her internship with the Fulton County Economic Development Corporation in May of 2016. She graduated from Wauseon High School in May of 2016 and is currently enrolled as a Freshman at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City. Mia is pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance with a concentration in Jazz. She anticipates graduating in Spring of 2020.
Mia’s work for the FCEDC includes leading the efforts to complete the “Boomerang Project” an initiative to engage young people that have recently moved from Fulton County to other areas of the state / country to welcome the young men and women back to their hometown.
In her free time, Mia enjoys drawing, painting, exercising and exploring New York City. During her high school career she participated in several musicals and performed as a member of the Company C Dance Club and Toledo Ballet. Unfamiliar with economic development prior to joining the FCEDC, Mia is now considering incorporating coursework that includes aspects of the field during her college experience.