Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber Board of Directors begins the new year with 2020 Vision
Published 12:05 am Thursday, January 30, 2020
McGilvary shared hopes of continuing to build on the momentum from last year’s Business Boot Camp theme. Each month there was a focus on helping chamber members with goal-setting, work-life balance, social media strategy, leadership, and more through educational keynote sessions at the chamber’s monthly meetings.
Working together with McGilvary to achieve those goals will be the chamber’s Executive Director Ditra Miller, and the 2020 Board of the Directors:
• Debbie McCliment, vice president
• Brooke Eagle, secretary
• Eric Hermanson, treasurer
• Kristin Johnson, immediate past president
• Jason Skinner, VP of community service
• Jeff Neelon, VP of economic development
• Tammy Parks, VP of education
• Brad Hunter, VP of leadership development
• Ray Mitchell, VP of marketing
• Shea Crutchfield, VP of meetings & events
• Philip Averett, VP of membership
• Roger Casey, VP of networking
• Ed Dean, member-at-large
• Amy Gardner, member-at-large
• Mike Campbell, member-at-large
• Dave Eschenbach, member-at-large
Details about additional milestones for the year are forthcoming and will be shared with chamber members at upcoming meetings and through membership communications. Information about meetings, events, and membership can be found on the chamber’s website at lewisville-clemmons.com.
About Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber
The Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce is an organization of business professionals and leaders, working together to create economic opportunity and growth, spark innovation, and make our community an exciting environment to work, live, and play.
Started in 2007, the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce began with a mission to advance the economic and civic interests of the business community in the Lewisville-Clemmons area of North Carolina and to provide services for its members.
Since that time, the chamber has enjoyed phenomenal growth through a variety of programming, professional development, and support for businesses of all sizes in our community. From the establishment of an annual community-wide event that draws thousands of attendees to launching a vocational-education scholarship as well as a nine-month leadership program in the fall of 2019, the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber strives to be an invaluable resource for our community.