REORGANIZED CHAMBER AMBASSDADORS At Chamber Office
COVID has delayed many of our leadership committees from meeting regularly. Our CHAMBER AMBASSADORS met last week.
Chaired by our Past Chair Tasha Wells, she and Chamber President Ed Kearney restructured the group as an exclusive group limited in size but given a greater role of leadership at our Chamber.
They will become more active than they have ever been with many more responsibilities, events and participation. With that will come more recognition and awards. We were thrilled with each Ambassador’s input and great ideas this first “new Ambassadors” meeting of 2022.