St Johns County Chamber of Commerce announced three promotions to Historic City News today. Bob Porter has been promoted to Vice President of Public Policy. He will continue increasing the Chamber’s position as an influencer in the business community.
In this position Porter will continue to develop vital relationships with elected officials from all levels of government and, along with Karen Everett, Manager, Economic Development, will continue to oversee the Chamber’s economic development efforts.
“These new staff changes will allow us to continue to implement our three-year strategic plan,” explained Isabelle Renault, president
andCEO, St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce. “These new and expanded roles will allow us to increaseour capacity to adapt, make a greater impact and be a known influencer.”
Lucia Miller has been promoted to Senior Coordinator for the Ponte Vedra Beach Division & Visitors Center. In this role she will take on new responsibilities as it relates to securing membership, sponsorship, and assigned projects.
Bethany Taylor has been promoted to Office Coordinator & Retention Specialist. In her new role, she will help with the retention of members
The St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce will be a fierce advocate for members’ success. We will increase our capacity to adapt. We will impact the ever-changing business reality with proactive solutions. We will be a known influencer of public policy.
To find out more about the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce or to become a member visit www.sjcchamber.com, call 904.829.5681, or find them on Facebook at facebook.com/sjcchamber