The Yelm Chamber’s Newly Elected Leadership Supports and Strengthens Community Ties
The Yelm Chamber of Commerce’s recently elected officers are busy with current activities and planning for future events in the area that support economic development, community involvement and connecting with government.
Chamber Executive Director Line Roy says the Chamber has weathered the impact of COVID-19 on local businesses and organizations. Its newly elected leadership is poised to continue to actively strengthen the community. “The board is very well equipped to handle any challenges in the second half of 2022 and into 2023,” she says.
The Chamber’s volunteer governing board is elected every two years. New officers and directors began their terms in May. Directors are selected from Chamber members’ nominations and represent a mix of experienced and new business and organizational representatives.