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Chamber announces new president and CEO


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The Roswell Chamber of Commerce has announced its board of directors selected Andrea R. Moore as the organization’s next chief executive officer. Moore, who served as chairwoman of the Roswell Chamber of Commerce, assumed the Roswell Chamber President and CEO’s role as of Jan. 4.

“I’m excited and honored to be a part of the Roswell Chamber of Commerce staff as president and CEO,” said Moore. “I am looking forward, not backward. As I genuinely believe our most incredible days are in front of us.”

The selection of Moore, facilitated by the chamber’s executive board, focused on supporting the chamber’s growth in membership and revenue under her volunteer leadership from Aug. 3 to Jan. 3, according to a press release issued Tuesday by the chamber.

“The board of directors is excited and has full confidence in Andrea Moore,” said Nic Snowberger, chair of the Roswell Chamber of Commerce board of directors. “We believe she is the right person to lead our chamber as her passion and love for our community is visible and apparent in everything she does. In addition, we believe she is the best equipped and most capable lead to take this role to date.”

Elizabeth Morales, chamber administrative director, said, “Moore has an energetic leadership style; this, combined with experience in for-profit management positions, makes her uniquely qualified to lead the Roswell Chamber. Working under her leadership since August has been a pleasure. She has solid connections with the business community, an essential attribute to have as the lead in our chamber. We’re excited for Andrea to begin to bring her ideas and enthusiasm to the Roswell Chamber.”

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Moore currently serves on the Assistance League of Chaves County and Roswell Rotary Club.

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