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Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce Announces 2019 Board Members

Photo Caption: (Left to Right) Kevin Person, Wagstaff, Inc.; Dave Cox, Spokane Community College; Ben Small, Central Valley School District; Erica Young, Peretti & Co., CPA’s, P.S.; Julie Van Wormer, Architects West; Melanie Rose, Avista; Kelly Fukai, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.; Tammy Fleiger, STCU; Steve Florance, Inland Northwest Insurance; Tom Reese, Katerra; Kelli Pearson, Pearson & Weary Pain Relief Clinic; Tracey St. Onge, Washington Trust Bank; Tami Yager, Waste Management; Kary Gibbs, US Bank. Front Row: (kneeling), Phil Champlin, HUB Sports; Joe Frank, Greenstone Homes. Not pictured: Greg Repetti, MultiCare Valley Hospital; Kevin Rasler, Inland Empire Paper Co.; Jeff Adams, Horizon Credit Union; Paul Read, Journal of Business; Matt Albright, Providence Health Care; Brooke Baker Spink, Baker Construction and Development, Inc.; Gordon Hester, Kiemle & Hagood Company; Bonnie Quinn, QUINN

Dedicated to fueling economic prosperity and community vitality for the Greater Spokane Valley.

Spokane Valley Chamber

The Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce is a member-driven and professionally staffed nonprofit association of business people committed to improving the economic climate and the quality of life in the Spokane Valley and surrounding region. The Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce was organized on May 25, 1921 in Greenacres by a group of business leaders who saw the need for an organization to represent business interests and to coordinate community events in the Spokane Valley. The Chamber incorporated as an IRC 501(c)(6) business league. It serves businesses and organizations as members in the cities of Spokane Valley, Millwood and Liberty Lake and communities in eastern Spokane County. Membership is not limited to the geographic area of the Spokane Valley and is recommended for any business or organization that desires a business presence in the Spokane Valley. Membership is open to any business, nonprofit organization or retired individual.

Discover The BIG 5 for the Greater Spokane Valley

In July of 2015, we invited business professionals, citizens and elected officials in the Greater Spokane Valley to engage in a virtual three-step conversation about the future of our region.

With 1,081 ‘Thoughts’ shared and 18,071 ‘Stars’ assigned to indicate top priorities, the process unearthed five initiatives to inspire economic prosperity and community vitality for the Greater Spokane Valley region–the BIG 5.

We encourage you to explore these results, shared by citizens, business owners, workers, and leaders in our community. We urge you to get involved with the Chamber to help further these initiatives for the greater good of our community. Discover the BIG 5 for the Greater Spokane Valley.

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Avista Utilities  |  Baker Construction & Development, Inc.  |  Banner Bank  |  BNSF Railway  |  Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort/Hotel  |  Fred Meyer  |  GESA Credit Union  |   Greenstone Corporation  |  Itron, Inc.  |  Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation  |  Northern Quest Resort & Casino  |  Numerica Credit Union   |  PepsiCo | Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc  |  Spokane Transit Authority  |  STCU  |  Wagstaff, Inc.  |  Washington Trust Bank

The views and opinions of our members do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce.  Any official position taken by the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce goes through our Government Action committee with official vote of the Board of Directors.