2021 Board of Directors Announced

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The Alamance Chamber is pleased to announce the leadership team for the organization for 2021. LeAndra (Nikki) Ratliff of Burlington Housing Authority will serve as the 2021 Board Chair, succeeding Troy Woodard of American National Bank & Trust, while Reed LaPlante of First National Bank has been named Chair-Elect. The 2021 Board Officers are Scott Thomas of Thomas Chandler Thomas & Hinshaw LLP, Ryan Moffitt of Vernon Law Firm, Michelle Mills of Alamance County Sheriff’s Department, Tyronna Hooker of Alamance Achieves, and Chris Bryan of BB&T now Truist. In addition, seven new members will join the board for a three-year term.

The seven area business leaders who joined the board for 2021 are:

·       Jennie Beshel, HUB International

·       Mary Faucette, City of Graham

·       Isaac Gibson

·       Doug Hyman, Clean & Press for Less

·       Dr. David Jordan, Cone Health

·       Patricia Rhodes, Stout Stuart McGowen & King, LLP

·       Charles Lopez, Luxfer Gas Cylinders

Fourteen Board Members continuing their term with the Alamance Chamber include:

·       Josh Chappell, Jennings Bryan-Chappell Insurance

·       Vickie Coon, Cobb Ezekiel Loy & Co.

·       Brian Hall, Samet Corporation

·       Katharine Frazier, Profitize US/ Impact Fulfillment

·       Tyronna Hooker, Alamance Achieves

·       Griffin McClure, Green & McClure Furniture Company

·       Ryan Moffitt, Vernon Law Firm

·       Chris Bryan, BB&T now Truist

·       Yonnie Butler, Alamance Community College

·       Rachael Dimont, Labcorp

·       Michelle Mills, Alamance County Sheriff’s Department

·       Willy Fisher, Fisher Wealth Management

·       Sean Poole, Sheetz

·       Deanna Wyatt, Fidelity Bank

The Alamance County Area Chamber is honored to include these dedicated and committed community leaders as they join the other members of our Board of Directors,” said Chamber President Mac Williams. “As a membership driven, business association, the Alamance Chamber would not be able to accomplish its great work in the community without our volunteer leaders.”