About Our Company
Meet the Team
Minah Hall assists with site selection and negotiated tax incentives for companies at every stage of development, from Fortune 500, mid-sized, and start-up companies. With twenty years of experience providing strategic site selection guidance negotiating and implementing state and local tax incentives for distribution and manufacturing facilities, data centers, back office/call center operations, retailers, and corporate headquarter relocations, Ms. Hall creates benefits for companies making extraordinary expenditures.
Involved in a number of Site Selection and Credits & Incentives related conferences, including the Institute of Professionals in Taxation, Ms. Hall is the Vice Chair of the Credits and Incentives Certification program and the former Chair of the C&I Symposium and Overall C&I Education. She is also a speaker for various national conferences including the Area Development Consultants Forum and Women in Economic Development Conferences. The Village of Long Grove appointed Ms. Hall an Economic Development Commissioner in 2018. She was named one of International Tax Review's 2016 & 2017 Women in Tax Leaders and is the 2016 IPT Instructor of the Year. Previously, Ms. Hall was Managing Director at a boutique tax consulting firm, and worked at Big-Four Firms in Chicago. She began her career at Arthur Andersen.
Ms. Hall received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and her Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and is a Certified Credits & Incentives Professional (CCIP). She is licensed to practice law in Illinois.
Email Ms. Hall at
318 Half Day Road #180
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Jennifer Carroll focuses on negotiating and securing incentives for companies expanding, relocating, consolidating or making extraordinary investments. With 10+ years experience, her practice consists of state business incentive applications and negotiations in states across the country, including California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Her practice also includes extensive research and writing on points of statutory ambiguity.
Previously, Ms. Carroll served as a law clerk for the United States Department of Homeland Security, the University of Notre Dame, and for a commercial law practice in Indiana. During her tenures as clerk, Ms. Carroll was responsible researching federal and state codes, administrative law, and case law to draft memoranda, motions, negotiation strategies, and settlement offers. She also worked as a negotiated incentives consultant at a Big Four firm in Texas. Ms. Carroll speaks at Economic Development Conferences across the country, including NextGen Talks Institute of Professionals in Taxation, and the Women in Economic Development Forum.
As a published author on the development of intellectual property legal systems, Ms. Carroll has a specialized interest in assisting start-up companies with tax planning strategies. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Notre Dame and her Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in Politics from the University of Dallas. She is licensed to practice law in Texas.
Email Ms. Carroll at
2177 Buckingham Road #510
Richardson, TX 75081