Jasper Chamber announces boardMarch 11, 2020
From Local Sources
JASPER — The Jasper Chamber of Commerce has held several board meetings already in 2020, beginning with the Annual Board Orientation on Jan. 21.
Goals and objectives were shared and committees formed. Shelli Williams, with the Indiana Chamber Executives Association, led board members through a strategic planning process. The Jasper Chamber board and staff will use these action items to move forward with ways to generate excitement and meet the needs of the membership and to grow the membership over the course of the next 12-18 months.
The Jasper Chamber Board of Directors is comprised of members of the Chamber in the categories of Manufacturing, Retail, Professional and At-Large.
Executive Committee members are: President Rachel Levin with German American; Vice President Kate Schwenk with Jasper Engines & Transmissions; Secretary Ted Miller with Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center; and Treasurer – Bernie Kreilein with Indiana Furniture.
Other board members are: Cody Ziegler, Meyer Distributing; Mark Fierst, The Herald; Christian Blome, Vincennes University Jasper; Tom Moorman, Elliott Equipment; Mike Horney, Hoosier Business Machines; Mary Leah Siegel, Kimball Electronics; Patrick Uebelhor, Uebelhor & Sons; Denise Izzolena, Fairfield Inn & Suites; Ruger Kerstiens, Premier Property Management; Michelle Renner, Kimball International; Morgan Thewes, LIVEwire; and Adam Wendholt,MasterBrand Cabinets.
Staff members are: Executive Director Nancy Eckerle and Office Manager Janet Beckman.
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