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Two years ago, the Mantova brothers, Matt and Anthony, had a vision to expand their Old Town Eureka music retail store into online sales.  “Partnering with the helpful staff at RREDC, Mantova’s Two Street Music can now deliver a successful shopping experience with 1,220 listings and counting. RREDC is making it possible for Brick and Mortar stores to expand and succeed!  We are very happy with the results!” Visit 124 Second Street!

 

Anthony Mantova

Owner, Mantova's Two Street Music

I want to give a shout-out to the RREDC for funding our new project. They can help with business planning and marketing seminars.

Andre Carey

Owner, E&O Lanes

RREDC has been a great partner in the Redwood Capital Bank’s mission to foster and aid the growth of small business within the community we serve.  RREDC consistently been a source of small business lending and have helped fuel growth in the Humboldt County economy.   I am grateful for their efforts.

John Dalby

President and Chief Executive Officer, Redwood Capital Bank

Through the years having the financial capacity to develop services to meet the growing needs of seniors in our community has been difficult.   RREDC has been an important partner in our ability to develop and implement a program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly or better known as Redwood Coast PACE. We have greatly appreciated their help. Joyce Hayes

Executive Director, Humboldt Senior Resource Center - Redwood Coast PACE

Who Are We?

The Redwood Region Economic Development Commission is a collaboration of elected officials from throughout Humboldt County.  We are dedicated to creating opportunity through economic and business development. More…

What Do We Do?

We make loans to small businesses in Humboldt County.  Our loans are are for those businesses who are unable to get loans through traditional sources like banks and credit unions.

We also work to improve the economic climate of Humboldt County.

Where Are We?

We are located in the Prosperity Center, a one-stop shop for business support located at 520 E Street, Eureka.

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Big news from Humboldt State UniversityThe California State University's Chancellor's Office has announced the next president of Humboldt State University.

Via the CSU:

Tom Jackson, Jr. Appointed President of Humboldt State University

(May 22, 2019) – The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees has appointed Tom Jackson, Jr., Ed.D., to serve as president of Humboldt State University (HSU). Jackson currently serves as president of Black Hills State University (BHSU) in Spearfish, South Dakota.

“There are few institutions that are as closely tied to the success of their respective communities as HSU. A degree from HSU can lift the life of the person earning it as well as the lives of their family, and those degree holders drive the success of the entire North Coast,” said Jackson. “I welcome the opportunity to work with HSU’s talented faculty and staff, alongside community members, to ensure that those life-altering opportunities are expanded for current and future students.”

Jackson becomes the eighth president of HSU and the first African American to serve in that role. He will join the campus in his new capacity in July. Jackson succeeds Lisa Rossbacher who will be retiring at the end of June 2019 after serving as HSU president since 2014.

“Dr. Jackson has been an inspirational leader who has demonstrable success at the highest levels of university administration,” said CSU Trustee Peter Taylor, chair of the HSU search committee. “Throughout his career, he has been a champion for access, quality and student success, all hallmarks of the HSU mission.”

Jackson has been president of BHSU since 2014. He has held other leadership roles within higher education including vice president for student affairs at both the University of Louisville and Texas A&M University-Kingsville. He has also held administrative positions and served on the faculty at McMurry University, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, the University of Southern California and St. Mary’s University.

Jackson earned an associate’s degree from Highline Community College, a bachelor’s degree in business management/personnel from Southwest State University, a master’s in counseling/student personnel from Shippensburg University and a doctorate of education from the University of La Verne.

A first-generation student, Jackson is also a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve, Army National Guard, Texas State Guard and Indiana Guard Reserve.
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