By Laura Perdew
Presiding over his first Fullerton Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors’ meeting as chair, Chris Reese, on July 17, announced plans for dynamic changes that will allow the Chamber to better serve its members as well as the larger North Orange County business community.
One of the more immediate items in his strategic five-year plan was the unveiling of the Chamber’s 120th anniversary logo, which will help launch a year-long celebration of the Chamber’s rich history in the region.
In addition to approving a budget for 2014-15, Reese and the board addressed programmatic changes the Chamber is undergoing, including enhanced services for its members, the implementation of its recently launched tiered-membership program, and ways to serve the business community at large.
Reese, who is the director of state and community relations at California State University, Fullerton, emphasized the role the Board of Directors plays in the success of the Chamber.
“Today we will have a conversation about what the Chamber will be, not just next year, but in the next 5, 10, 20, and 120 years,” Reese asserted during the board meeting. “We have a fiduciary responsibility to the Chamber, the staff, and its members, to provide a vision, structure, and direction, so that …read more
Source: Fullerton Chamber of Commerce