COLUMBIA, S.C. — The Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (CACCE) recently announced the new 2012 Board of Directors. Emily Tucker, President of the Richmond County Chamber of Commerce, was selected as a representative on the CACCE Board.
Tucker was appointed President of the Richmond County Chamber in 2006 and has launched a variety of new programs and development initiatives to benefit the community. She works hard for small business in her community and consults regularly with executives in her field, community leaders, public officials, and public agencies, according to the Chamber. This powerful network contributes to the Chamber’s relationship within the community.
The Board of Directors is the policy body of the Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives. In addition to a genuine, unselfish interest in CACCE, a member of the board should have: a willingness to spend time and effort necessary to give CACCE proper attention, and participate in general CACCE functions; courage and willingness to have an objective opinion on problems though they may be controversial; the ability to work constructively with the staff, committees, and other Board members; background that provides sound judgment in considering problems and policies; and respect of associates that will give leadership and inspire others to respond.
CACCE is a professional development organization dedicated to improving the educational opportunities for chamber of commerce executives and staff members in North and South Carolina. The organization was formed in 1994 when the North and South Carolina state chamber associations merged.
For more information on CACCE, or any of the CACCE’s conferences or events, contact Susan McPherson at email@example.com, or at 803-733-1116.