Last week a new board of directors for the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce took office as elected in November and publicly sworn in at the Annual Meeting held November 21, 2014. “It is an exciting time of year for this Chamber as we welcome new board members who offer fresh perspective and experiences to our organization,” says Katherine Morgan, President & CEO of the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce. “We value the dedication and support each of these individuals brings and look forward to their passion in promoting community vitality and economic prosperity in the Greater Spokane Valley!”
The 2015 Executive Board members:
Denny York, Fairmount Holdings, Inc, Chair
Ben Small, Central Valley School District 356, Chair Elect
Katherine Morgan, GSVCC, CEO
Michael Baker, Modern Electric Water Co., Treasurer
Brian Mansfield, Walmart Supercenter, Secretary
Jeff Adams, Horizon Credit Union, Vice Chair
Julie Van Wormer, ALSC Architects, Vice Chair
Erica Young, Anderson, Peretti & Co., Member At Large
Barry Baker, Baker Construction, Past Chair
2015 Board of Directors:
John Bogensberger, Signs for Success
Steve Florance, Inland Northwest Insurance
Brenda Grassel, Precision Cutting Technologies
Gordon Hester, Kiemle & Hagood Company
Todd Kiesbuy, Avista
Karla Kaley, KPS Management
Sharelynn Moore, Itron
Scott O’Brien, Providence Health Care
Julie Orenstein, Event Rents
Kevin Person, Wagstaff
Jeff Philipps, Rosauers Supermarkets, Inc
Paul Read, Journal of Business
Greg Repetti, Rockwood Health Systems – Valley Hospital
Debbie Sieverding, KXLY TV
Jennifer Warner, Washington Trust Bank Financial Center
About the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce:
We are a unifying business force dedicated to community vitality and economic prosperity.
We had our beginnings in Greenacres, WA with the apple growers along the Spokane River
and have been serving all the communities in the greater Spokane Valley since 1921.
A not-for-profit 501(c)(6) organization of over 500 members, we are in business to help you do business.
For more information, visit spokanevalleychamber.org.