Deerfield Township Hires Economic Development Director

July 9, 2018  |  economic development, press release

Jim Flick joins Township as Economic Development Director and Public Information Officer

Deerfield Township – Deerfield Township officials announced today the hiring of Jim Flick as Economic Development Director and Public Information Officer.

“We are very excited to have Jim join our team,” said Eric Reiners, Township Administrator. “We have experienced a great deal of growth over the last several years and it was time to bring someone on-board to help us manage that momentum.”

Mr. Flick has over 11 years’ experience in data analytics, research, communications, project management and public affairs within government, real estate, and legal settings.

Prior to joining Deerfield Township, Mr. Flick spent two and a half years at the City of Cincinnati’s Department of Community and Economic Development as a Development Officer within the Major Projects Division and was an Interim Division Manager of its Policy and Communications Division. He also spent five years at the commercial real estate firm Cushman and Wakefield, most recently as the Vice President of Research and Marketing.

Mr. Flick is currently an Adjunct Instructor for the Masters of Public Administration program at Northern Kentucky University, where he earned his Master’s Degree in 2010. He also has a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from Eastern Michigan University.

“I want to thank Mr. Reiners and the Board of Trustees for this opportunity,” said Mr. Flick. “I look forward to working with them, the community, and the local businesses to shape Deerfield Township in a smart and sustainable way.”

About Deerfield Township - Deerfield Township is a vibrant community of 38,000 plus residents who enjoy a diverse housing stock, excellent schools, a top notch park system, and a bustling retail and entertainment scene. It is the most populous jurisdiction in Warren County comprising over 16 square miles in southwest corner of Warren County and borders both Hamilton and Butler Counties. The Township Administration is committed to providing a thriving and safe community for its residents, businesses and visitors.