10 Trailblazing Chamber Leaders

September 17, 2020

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Mary Hauser, Executive Director Plymouth (WI) Chamber

The Plymouth Chamber continuously puts the spotlight not on itself—but the member businesses it serves. Hauser—a servant leader—has led creative and thoughtful initiatives to support small businesses during this year of adversity and is a natural convener of people, businesses and ideas.

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Jane Clark, President Michigan West Coast Chamber

Clark is a transformational leader and recently has been designated as a Certified Chamber Executive (CCE) by ACCE, the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives—The CCE designation signifies the highest quality of performance in chamber management.

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Laurie Radke, President Greater Green Bay Chamber

An inspiring leader, Radke continuously challenges the status quo to respond—and adapt—to the needs of membership and greater Green Bay. This summer, Radke was the winner of Insight Publications Women of Influence Difference Maker Award.

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Mike Neal, President Tulsa Regional Chamber

Neal is a difference maker for Tulsa—leading positive change driven by collaboration and vision. Utilizing social media video, Neal delivers positive updates to stakeholders that builds unity.

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Suzanne Kelley, President Waukesha Co. Business Alliance

Through four pillars of Advocate, Develop, Network and Promote, Kelley leads and guides a talented team that empowers all businesses to succeed in Waukesha County.

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Becky Bartoszek, President Fox Cities Chamber

Under Bartoszek's leadership, The Fox Cities Chamber is one of the most vibrant and thriving business associations in the Midwest—constantly supporting member businesses with creative and innovative programs and initiatives like the Employee Friendly Workplace Initiative.


David G. Brown, President Greater Omaha Chamber

A transformational leader, Brown has built a chamber of excellence—named the 2015 Chamber of the Year by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives.

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Kaylin Risvold, President Naperville Area Chamber

Risvold is a relationship builder, convener and people connector—leading a team that delivers an amazing balance of in-person and virtual events and programs so businesses can move forward and succeed.

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Jeff Rea, President South Bend Regional Chamber

A servant leader, Rea has a positive influence on staff, members and all stakeholders moving the business community forward in the best ways possible.

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Molly Grover, President Dubuque Area Chamber

Grover has created an inclusive culture where all businesses belong that is highly responsive, delivers amazing programs and events—and knows how to have fun to move business and relationships forward.

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