There was an interfaith gathering this week at the statehouse organized by Indiana Forward. The message was “We Pray, You Act” in response to the horrific bias crimes that took place at mosques in New Zealand last week. Faith leaders from around the state met to pray and push legislators to support a comprehensive bias crimes bill.
The Chamber website has thousands of visitors each year. The website is a great way to advertise your business. Banner ads are still available for 2019. Remember, some membership levels receive this marketing option included or at a discount.
We made a promise to come alongside you with a supportive network of like-minded business leaders to ensure you are supported and encouraged to focus on what really matters to you - your business. During our Membership 101 program, you are invited to learn more about a Greater Greenwood Chamber membership. We present an overview of business advocacy, member services, and annual events that create networking and other business opportunities for you as a member.
Haven't joined our Chamber? You're invited to attend to learn more about why you should join and what benefits a membership would mean to you!
Hirons Hires New Senior Vice President to Lead Strategy and Account Services
Hirons, an Indianapolis-based advertising, public relations and digital agency, has hired Andrea Farmer, APR, as senior vice president of strategic communications and account services.
Matthew Prine Named President of Indiana American Water
Indiana American Water has named Matthew Prine president of Indiana American Water and Michigan American Water. Prine will replace Deborah Dewey on March 25. Prine joined Indiana American Water in 2014 as director of Government. He also served as executive director of the Indiana Utility Shareholder Association.
Learn more about Chamber Ambassador Brenda Kelley, Office360.
Thank you, Brenda, for all you do for the Greater Greenwood Chamber and community.
In recognition of women’s history month, the Chamber will be celebrating women who made an impact in the Johnson County community.
Ginger Van Valer
Ginger Van Valer was a legacy in the Greenwood business and political community. Also known as “Mrs. Greenwood,” Ginger’s efforts to promote the city of Greenwood were tireless. Ginger was born in Bloomington and her father, Emmett Kelly, was mayor of Bloomington from 1951 to 1955. She met her late husband, Richard Van Valer, while attending Indiana University.