The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development

“The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development (UACED) has an enduring partnership with the Alabama Communities of Excellence (ACE) as we are a founding member and supporter. We have worked with ACE since its inception in 2002 with the overarching goal of enhancing the economic success of Alabama communities as they strive to build sustainable processes to ensure a more viable place for their citizens to live. As Director of the Center, I can confirm that we are dedicated to the economic development efforts in the State of Alabama and we fully recognize the value and benefits of the ACE program. We will continue our commitment to the ACE Communities throughout Alabama by providing the skills and knowledge essential for communities to achieve economic prosperity.”

Nisa Miranda, Director
The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development

Ms. Nisa Miranda is the ACE representative for UACED. Founded in 1987, The University of Alabama Center for Economic Development (UACED), directed by Nisa Miranda, serves as a gateway to technical assistance resources at The University of Alabama. Through the utilization of professional staff and customized project teams, UACED assists communities, agencies and organizations to take an “asset based” planning approach to economic development opportunities. With the vision of sustainable communities throughout the State of Alabama, UACED provides a range of services including: market research and project feasibility studies; assessments and surveying; project development and implementation; resource identification and networking to subject experts, agencies and the private sector. For additional information, visit the website: http://www.uced.ua.edu

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