August 1, 2019

 Robertsdale, Ala. – The Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance (BCEDA) is pleased to announce that it has hired Brad Dorsett as project manager. With a focus on job creation and retention, Dorsett will direct a range of business recruitment and retention projects aimed at driving continued economic growth within the county.

Dorsett brings to his new role practical experience, having worked in the construction industry, in Birmingham, Alabama. A Mobile, Alabama native, Dorsett undergraduate studies at the University of Alabama, earning his Bachelor of Science in 2011. Dorsett has held project management and construction-related positions with Brasfield & Gorrie, Adams Gilmore & Lynch, and Kemp Management Solutions.

“With a diverse background in the construction industry, Brad is a perfect fit for our team. I am pleased to be adding a person of Brad’s caliber and character to our team,” said BCEDA President and CEO Lee Lawson.

Dorsett joins the Alliance at a time where Baldwin County is experiencing top population and job growth in the State of Alabama and top 15 rankings in those categories amongst communities its size in the United States.

“Baldwin County’s Economic Development Alliance has a longstanding reputation for facilitating immense growth,” said Dorsett. “Over the past decade, the growth in job creation and population validates the exciting momentum already in motion here in Baldwin County. I am humbled and excited to be a part of that momentum and am ready to work alongside the BCEDA team as we strive to assist our communities in achieving their peak potential.”

To learn more about BCEDA and economic growth opportunities within Baldwin County, visit


The Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance, based in Robertsdale, Alabama, is a partnership of local public and private professionals, leaders, and officials dedicated to providing opportunities for businesses and improving the county’s economy. The BCEDA focuses on business development endeavors that will ultimately create jobs, generate capital investment, and increase the quality of life within the community. The BCEDA is funded and supported by the county government, 14 municipalities, five Chambers of Commerce, eight Industrial Development Boards, and more than 100 privately owned businesses. For more information, visit