The St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce informed Historic City News local business reporters that Heather Sutherland Neville has been selected as the Chamber’s new membership manager.
“We are delighted to have Heather join our team and lead the Chamber’s membership efforts,” said Kirk Wendland, president of the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce. “Her commitment to excellence and years of experience helping small businesses in St. Johns County make her an important asset to this organization and its future.”
In her role, Neville is dedicated to increasing the Chamber’s membership including the recruitment of new members and the retention of existing members. She will also help provide outstanding service to demonstrate the value of Chamber membership.
A Northeast Florida native, Neville has worked in St. Johns County for the past four years and has lived in St. Augustine for the past three years. She has enjoyed a successful sales career, most recently at ADP Automatic Data Processing, where she served as senior district manager and helped small business owners identify financial benefits through better managed internal processes.
Neville told Historic City News that she is excited to shift her focus to helping the community she calls home.
Neville received her bachelor’s degree of business administration in marketing and management from the University of North Florida. She is a member of the board of directors and president-elect of the Young Professional Organization of St. Augustine.
About the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce
The St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce believes a growing and vibrant business community is important to St. Johns County. The organization concentrates its efforts on continuously improving the business environment and serves its constituency by focusing on economic development, business advocacy, member education and business promotion.