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Let Us Introduce Ourselves

We pride ourselves in developing close community ties with residents, city officials, and our school district. The organization is comprised of businesses, individuals and organizations dedicated to the promotion of business and the community.

Through partnership with local businesses, government and leaders, we advocate for, and promote, a prosperous business community.

Tera M. Bell

Interim Membership and Marketing Manager

Tera comes from an association background and has over eight years of marketing, advertising, and design experience. In her last role, she managed the social media accounts for a large real estate company in Columbus. She also worked for the Lexington Apartment Association (now the Central Kentucky Apartment Association) where she was the Assistant Director and Marketing Director where she wore numerous hats.

Tera resides in the New Albany area with her husband, Joe, and three-year-old daughter, Lexington. Tera is a huge University of Kentucky fan, where she is also a proud alumna!

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Board of Directors

Denise Mathias

Financial Advisor, Edward Jones

Chairperson

2021 -2023

Leslie Thornton

Owner, Bookkeeping Bliss

Treasurer

2020 - 2022

 

Kristin Ankrom

Work-Based Learning Coordinator, CWHS

Secretary

2020 - 2022

 

Sally Sutter

Owner, Mermaid Travel

2021 - 2023

 

Wendy Beveridge

Loan Officer, Canal Banking Center

2020 - 2022

Lillie Williams

Owner, JDog Junk Removal & Hauling

2022 - 2024

Laurie Eberly

Site Director, Nationwide Children's

2022 - 2023

Nick Grilli

Attorney, Dagger Law

2022 - 2024

Paige Ludwin

Marketing, NIFCO

2022 - 2024

 

Stacey Collins

Director of Patient Care, Diley Ridge Medical Center

2022 - 2024

Krystal Schadle

Owner, Catcus Hair Salon

2022 - 2024

Cori Rowley

Owner,

Yellowood Farms

2022 - 2024

Angela Bensonhaver

Owner, Eyeglass Parties

2022 - 2024

Board of Directors Expectations & Benefits

Governing and Strategic Initiatives

Board Meetings are 8:30-9:30 a.m. on the second Wednesday of the month, 10 months of the year. Equally split between virtual and in-person. Attendance is required at 8 of the 10 board meetings annually.

Increasing Member Engagement
Committees & Events
Ribbon Cuttings and Other Public Appearances
Supporting Your Chamber During a Crisis
Board Member Benefits