Tracey Gibson, Vice Chair, Public Policy, Statesville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
Meetings: 4th Friday of the Month (Check Chamber Calendar for most recent dates and locations)
Mission: We are the proactive business advocate at local and state levels, educating members on issues and fostering relationships with elected officials.
Ensuring that laws and legislation remain conductive to Statesville's healthy and vibrant business climate is a top priority for the Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber provides a structure for business leaders to communicate effectively with government. We are your direct connection to local, state and federal governmental officials and policy makers. Through public policy programs and events, Chamber members have an opportunity to stay up to date on top business, civic and social priorities.
Mayor Costi Kutteh
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At-Large, William Morgan
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Ward #1, David Jones
Ward #4, Amy Lawton
Ward #6, Fredrick Foster
Mayor Teross W. Young Jr.
Councilman W. Paul Henkel (Mayor Pro-Tempore)
Councilman Paul R. Bryant
Councilman Judith Ann Jablonski
Councilman Sally P. Williams
Councilman Janith (Jan) J. Huffman
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SAVE THE DATE 2021
Academy of Political Leadership
Hosted by Lake Norman Chamber & the Greater Statesville Chambers of Commerce
The academy is a nonpartisan program designed for members of the community interested in running for elected office. Training sessions will feature presentations and discussions on ethics, campaign planning, research, targeting voters, fundraising, and communications and get out the vote efforts.
Session I: Laying the Groundwork for your Campaign
Session II: Communication
Session III: Nuts and Bolts