As the President/CEO of EDGE, Mr. Dulberger currently serves as President of GMACWorkforce. He has nearly 30 years of experience in local economic development, having served with public and private entities in New York, Ohio, and Tennessee.
From 2008 through 2011 Mr. Dulberger coordinated a Memphis/Shelby County, five-year, public-private economic development partnership known as MemphisED. Part of the broader Memphis Fast Forward initiative, MemphisED worked with 17 partner organizations engaged in various aspects of local economic development, including business retention/attraction/start-up, tourism, minority business development, talent attraction/retention, and innovation/entrepreneurship.
Mr. Dulberger holds a Master of Science degree in Public Management and Policy from Carnegie-Mellon University, and a Master of Arts degree in Government from Georgetown University. He earned an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Florida International University.
Mr. Gumbel comes to his role as GMACWorkforce's Director of Grants and Special Initiatives GMACWorkforce with extensive experience planning, developing, managing and evaluating workforce and community economic development programs in the Mid-South and across the nation. Mr. Gumbel spent his early years establishing a technology transfer program for the Arkansas Science and Technology Authority before moving to Memphis and working as a policy analyst for the Lower Mississippi Delta Development Commission. Mr. Gumbel earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Emporia State University in Kansas.
Ms. Young works to support and coordinate business services with GMACWorkforce partners and stakeholders. Ms. Young received her Bachelor of Health Care Administration from Belhaven University, Jackson, MS and her Master in Business Administration and Organizational Leadership at Bethel University, McKenzie, TN.