LACCE Installs 2017 Board Of Directors, President Murphy

BATON ROUGE – The Louisiana Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (LACCE) has officially installed the 2017 Board of Directors and President, Todd Murphy. Murphy is President & CEO of the Jefferson Chamber. LACCE Board Members represent chambers of commerce from all areas of the state. The Association is the only statewide association formed for the advancement of local chambers, their executives and staff.

         “Collectively, our state Chamber Association can provide a stronger voice for business, notwithstanding the professional development that we take back to our respective community chambers,” Murphy said.

         The Association holds an annual conference to update chambers across the state on industry trends, business issues and operations stability. LACCE represents the 47 chambers of commerce who represent over 10,000 businesses and over 100,000 employees.

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         Board members for 2017 include:


Todd Murphy, President – Jefferson Chamber of Commerce

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Deborah Randolph – Incoming President – Central Louisiana Chamber of Commerce

Sherrie Despino, Treasurer – Ascension Chamber of Commerce

April Wehrs – Past President – Livingston Parish Chamber of Commerce

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Lynn Guillory – Vermillion Chamber of Commerce

Paula Ramsey – Chamber Southwest

Dawn Sharpe – East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce

Sandra Lindquist – New Orleans Chamber of Commerce

Jeremy Hidalgo – Broussard Chamber of Commerce

Camille Conaway – Louisiana Association of Business and Industry

Michelle Cavanaugh – Bossier Chamber of Commerce

Amy S. Thibodeaux—Crowley Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Timothy J. Magner—Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce


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