Achievers & Accolades

Moore County Partners in Progress welcomes new Business Development Director Darryn Burich

By Staff Report, posted 1 year ago
Burich Photo provided by: Moore County PIP 

The team with Moore County Partners in progress have added a new member to their team following the hire of their new Business Development Director Darryn Burich in December of 2022. Burich officially joined the PIP team and started his new position on Feb. 6. 

The Business Development Director position was a new position added to the PIP organization. 

Darryn has served as the Director of Planning & Inspections for the Village of Pinehurst the last three years after a 20-year career in the planning department at the City of Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He has significant experience with new industrial park development, revitalization of existing buildings and managing complex grants. 

“We are thrilled that Darryn has joined our team”, said Executive Director Natalie D. Hawkins in a press release. “He started on February 6th and has hit the ground running. He will be a tremendous asset and will help us continue to deliver a high level of service to our existing and prospective businesses, as well as our local governments.” 

The Business Development Director position was a new position added to the PIP organization. Burich was selected out of over 40 applicants.

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