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  • Chamber Names New Leadership for Three Committees

    Chamber Names New Leadership for Three Committees

    Join the Chamber in welcoming new leadership serving to support the mission of the Chamber and the Henry County business community in three committee chair positions. Three new chair leaders were named  in July, 2022, by the Chamber board to fill vacancies and ensure the consistency in programming and member opportunities made available by each group.

    Women's Leadership Council
    Join the Henry County Chamber of Commerce in welcoming Shay Lynn Dixon, President and CEO of Scale Logistics, as chair of the Women's Leadership Council. The purpose of the Women's Leadership Council is to empower entrepreneurial and business-minded women from various sectors by providing them with resources, connecting them with mentors, and creating an atmosphere for them to thrive in their careers and personal lives. Dixon will lead the Council comprised of women entrepreneurs and business leaders from throughout Henry County in hosting its 5th Annual 2023 Women's EmPOWERment Summit and the upcoming EmPOWER her Coffee Hour Series kicking off on Thursday, September 1, 2022.
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    Emerging Business Leadership

    Organized this year after a series of focus groups led to its establishment, the Emerging Business Leaders (EBL) welcome Haley McNeal, CEO and founder of Thrive Consulting Firm, to the new role of chair. The purpose of the EBL is to support and encourage future business leaders through community, professional, and personal development opportunities in a peer-to-peer network. 
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    Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee
    The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee was activated in 2020 to locally address the social unrest that was permeating across the nation. The result led to the launch of the monthly online 'Community Dialogue' that has evolved into a DEI discussion. The DEI Committee works to promote the value and power of diversity, equity, and inclusion in our community to support and develop talent, resources, and business opportunities necessary to elevate minority businesses and employees in an increasingly competitive global marketplace. Judy McMurtry, CEO of JM Excel Consultant, LLC, has been a member of the DEI Committee since its first year, providing support and guidance as needed. Join the Chamber in welcoming McMurtry to the leadership role of chair serving the DEI Committee.
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