The Chesterfield County Chamber of Commerce installed four new board members at its annual banquet on Friday, Jan. 28, at the Holiday Inn Koger Conference Center, according to information from the organization.
“The staff and board of Chesterfield County Chamber of Commerce are happy to welcome four new board members,” said Mark James, Chairman of the Chesterfield County Chamber of Commerce. “The Chamber is working hard to extend its reach and include board members from across the county to represent various businesses. By engaging new leaders, we can best serve the needs of our members and be the voice of business.”
New members include:
- Mark M. Gordon, the chief executive officer of Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center.
- Dan Davies, a consultant and outsourced financial executive with Tax and Business Solutions, LLC, Management Advisory Services.
- Sandy Smiley, vice president, small business banker, and manager for Union First Market Bank.
- Jonathan Young, director of corporate relations for Virginia State University's School of Business.
The new members join a 14-member board that governs the Chamber and serves as the policy making authority. Other members of the board include:
- Mark James, chairman, owner of Hearth and Home Shoppe of Mechanicsville, owner and business consultant of The Growth Coach and marketing representative of Proxios.
- Carrie Coyner, chairwoman elect, founder/owner of Rudy, Coyner & Associates, PLLC.
- Frank Beale, immediate past chair, president of Invincia Insurance Corporation.
- J. Fletcher Kelly, treasurer, vice president of Virginia Waste Services, Inc. and Shoosmith Bros.
- Doug Horton, corporate secretary, owner and general manager of TeamLogic IT of Midlothian and TeamLogic IT of the Peninsula.
- Mike Dumont, at large director, owner and partner of Dumont Classic Homes.
- D. Brennen Keene, at large director, a partner with McGuireWoods, LLP.
- Lisa Randall, at large director, community relations manager of DuPont's Spruance Plant.
- Bob Schrum, at large director, founder, president and owner of Flagstop Carwash & Quick Lube, a land developer and consultant, and distributor for Econocraft Car Wash Systems and various other car care products for the state of Virginia.
- Lenita Gilreath, president of the Chesterfield County Chamber oversees the day to day operations of the organization.
- E. Wilson Davis, Jr., ex officio, director of Economic Development for Chesterfield County.