Chamber Releases a Modern Update to its Lead Staff Position
September 5, 2019
HALIBURTON HIGHLANDS, ON – The Board of Directors of the Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that they have updated the title and job description of their staff lead, Jennifer Locke from Manager to Executive Director.
This change will bring a modern and strategic focus to the organization and will represent a level of professionalism that better reflects the scope of work required to maintain relevancy and value to its membership.
“The Board of Directors has considered the role in the context of the future of the Chamber,” said Andrea Strano, HHCC President, “and this is a great opportunity for Jennifer to provide thoughtful leadership to the Chamber; we are certain she will surpass all of our expectations.”
The Board of Directors voted unanimously to approve the change at the September 3rd, 2019 meeting.
Jennifer M. Locke came to the Chamber in May of 2018 after achieving
Master’s degrees in Sustainability in both Ontario and Saskatchewan, where she specifically focused on Canadian corporate sustainability. She has worked with great success for large corporations as a consultant, in provincial and municipal governments, and even in small businesses in the County. She is a graduate of the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School, and an Alumni of Western University and the University of Saskatchewan.
“I am so humbled and flattered by the level of support I have received from the Board. They are such wonderful assets to this organization and the community.”, Said Locke, “I believe passionately in this Chamber and its capacity to enhance our local economy.”
The Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce has over 270 active member organizations that believe in economic and business success across the Haliburton Highlands.