Leduc Chamber of Commerce Names Executive Director

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The Leduc Regional Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is proud to announce Jennifer Garries as the new Chamber Executive Director. Jennifer brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding, working with the Chamber for four years and in the Leduc region for more than a decade.

“The Chamber Board is thrilled about the energy, skills, and ideas that Jennifer brings as the new leader. Despite the recent times of transition and being short-staffed, we are confident members have not experienced a change in the service provided by the Chamber. Internal changes have only made the organization stronger and more prepared to manage the exciting future of our local economy,” said Alana Gueutal, Board President.

“I am thrilled and honoured to continue the Chamber’s work as the proactive business voice and leader of our region. With our amazing team and board, we will continue to offer unparalleled opportunities for our members and to enhance our community,” said Jennifer Garries, Executive Director.

Connect with Jennifer today: jgarries@leduc-chamber.com or 780.986.5454 or at the next Chamber event.

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