About the EDC
The mission of the Overland Park Chamber Economic Development Council is to facilitate business recruitment, identify growth opportunities for existing businesses, help accomplish economic development initiatives for the city, and monitor economic trends and conditions.
The Overland Park Chamber Economic Development Council (EDC) was established in 1989 to attract new businesses as well as expand and retain existing businesses in Overland Park. The council is an investment partnership with the City of Overland Park, the Overland Park Chamber of Commerce and private business investors.
For information about becoming a Chamber EDC Investor, click here.
2020 Executive Committee Members:
Roger Summers, Fogel-Anderson Construction - Chair
Carl Gerlach, Mayor of Overland Park
Matt Masilionis, Rees Masilionis Turley Architecture - Vice Chair
Bill Ferguson, Central Bank of the Midwest - Chamber Chair Elect
Brett Bogan, Rx Savings Solutions
Curt Skoog, Overland Park City Council - Council President
Fred Spears, Overland Park City Council
John Thompson, Overland Park City Council - FAED Committee Chair
Bill Ebel, Overland Park City Manager – Ex-Officio
Tracey Osborne Oltjen, President of Overland Park Chamber of Commerce – Ex-Officio
To contact members of our Economic Development team, click here.
Economic Development Council 2018 Annual Report
The 2018 Annual Report details some of the major developments and achievements that have helped Overland Park remain an exceptional place to live and do business.