Chamber introduces 2015 leadership
The Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce recently announced its leadership team for the upcoming year. A diverse, dynamic group, the board of directors represents a cross section of the Chamber membership and offers a broad perspective on business and community related matters. These leaders will work throughout the year in guiding the organization as it carries out its 2015 program of work.
“We have a talented group representing various business entities from manufacturing and finance to small business, education, and government,” said 2015 Chamber Chair Bart Blackwell, B & S Machine Tool, Inc. “I am very impressed with their level of commitment to the Chamber’s goals and look forward to working with them as we move our community forward,” Blackwell said.
2015 Board of Directors
James “Jimmy” Angelos
Arnold Advisors, LLC
State Farm Insurance, Ball Agency
Bart Blackwell, Chair
B & S Machine Tool
Paul Dusenbury, Secretary/Treasurer
Security Federal Bank
Charlie Hartz, Vice Chair, Public Affairs
MAU Workforce Solutions
J. David Jameson, President/CEO
Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce
Fran Jones, Chair-elect and Membership Services
Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC
Dr. Deidre Martin, Immediate Past Chair
John McMichael - Vice Chair, Business & Community Development
Dr. Terry Michalske
Savannah River National Laboratory
Houndslake Realty – The Penland Company
Inn at Houndslake
Aiken Communications, Inc.
The Mill on Park
Veracity Payment Solutions, Inc.
J. E. Stewart Engineering, Inc.
Appointed Board Members
Dr. Elizabeth Everitt
Aiken County Public Schools
J. Clay Killian
City of Aiken
Economic Development Partnership
Tom Young, Jr.
Law Offices of Tom Young, Jr., PC