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Greenville Health System receives the 2015 ATHENA Organizational Leadership Award

Published Monday, November 16, 2015

The Greenville Chamber honored Greenville Health System (GHS) with the 2015 ATHENA Organizational Leadership Award for its commitment to increasing the positive impact of women’s leadership in our community. The second annual award was presented at the Chamber’s ATHENA Leadership Symposium on November 17th.

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Brenda Thames Elected to Lead the Greenville Chamber in 2017

Published Tuesday, September 8, 2015

The Greenville Chamber's leadership has elected Brenda Thames to chair its Board of Directors in 2017. Thames, Vice President of Academic and Faculty Affairs at Greenville Health System, has served on the Chamber’s board in quality of life, workforce development and education leadership roles for the past five years.

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Chamber CEO Ben Haskew Announced Retirement

Published Thursday, August 20, 2015

After a forty-year career in chamber of commerce management and nearly twelve years as President and CEO of the Greenville Chamber, Ben Haskew announced his retirement plans today to the Chamber’s Board of Directors.

 

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Chamber EVP John Kimbrell Earns Certified Chamber Executive Certification

Published Wednesday, August 19, 2015

The Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) has designated John Kimbrell, Executive Vice President of the Greenville Chamber, Certified Chamber Executive (CCE). The CCE is the only national certification for chamber professionals.

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Chamber's Minority Business Accelerator Wins Major Funding from SBA

Published Thursday, August 6, 2015

The Greenville Chamber’s Minority Business Accelerator (MBA) has been named a winner of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) second annual Growth Accelerator Fund Competition.

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Greenville Chamber Supports the Removal of the Confederate Flag from the Statehouse Grounds

Published Monday, June 22, 2015

Many of our citizens view the flag as a painful reminder of the past and the good and decent thing to do is to take it down.

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