The Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber recently announced the election of five new board members to the 2018 Board of Directors, and its 2018 board officers led by Chairman Kathy Kane, president of Trenton based marketing firm, Market Insights, LLC, and co-publisher of the Trenton Trib.
“We are pleased to welcome our new board members as we prepare to launch another successful year at the Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber,” said Kane. “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to serve our members as the board chairman in 2018.”
Four other business and community leaders assumed new leadership roles on the SWCRC Board of Directors on Jan. 1.
They include First Vice Chair Robert Jones (AT&T), Second Vice Chair Ronnie Ruelle (PNC Bank), Secretary Krishelle Kohler (Eldercare Home Care Group) and Treasurer Carol Kruemmer (The News-Herald). Their terms run until Dec. 31.
The Chamber also welcomed five new board members on Jan. 1, Sue Trussell (Brownstown Township DDA), Michael Crossman (SERVPRO Romulus, Taylor, Downriver), Dr. Noel Jackson (Jackson Snider Parker Dentistry in Trenton), Millie Jones (Beaumont), and Doug Messana (Ford Motor Co.) The new board members will serve two-year terms, expiring Dec. 31, 2019.
“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with such a dedicated group of leaders to continue to provide tremendous resources and opportunities for our business community in 2018,” said Ronald J. Hinrichs, president of the Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce. “Under the strong leadership of our newly elected board chair, Kathy Kane, I am confident that the Chamber will continue to be at the forefront of economic development throughout our region.”
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The Southern Wayne County Chamber of Commerce provides over 500 members with the opportunities and resources to engage and network with other businesses, enhancing financial growth, professional development, and the ability to contribute to a thriving community environment.