Freeport, Illinois — According to an announcement made today the Executive Director of the Freeport Area Chamber of Commerce, Tiffany King, has announced her resignation from the organization she has been with since 2007.
According to the release, King’s last day will be February 9th, 2018.
“During the past several years, Tiffany has done a remarkable job for our organization,” said Mike Schiffman, the current Chamber Board Chair. “Tiffany has provided strategic leadership that elevated the value proposition we have been able to offer to our members. She created many new programs and value-added services, as well as worked with staff to maintain a high level of excellence. We wish her all the best in her new position, and we thank her for her years of service.”
The release says that King made her announcement this week after accepting a position as Executive Director of the Mount Horeb Area Chamber of Commerce. “While this is an exciting opportunity for me, it was a difficult decision to leave the Freeport Chamber,” said King. “My success with this organization would not have been possible without the support of my staff and an engaged and high level Board of Directors. I will forever be thankful for both and look forward to this new challenge.”
Schiffman says that that the Board will be planning the next steps of the leadership transition with King’s assistance in the coming days and weeks.
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