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Killington Chamber names Amy Morrison as new director

KILLINGTON - On Monday, Dec. 9, the Killington Chamber of Commerce announced the appointment of Amy Morrison as the Chamber director beginning immediately. The new part-time position was unanimously approved by the Chamber's Executive Committee to replace the business manager position.
As the director, Morrison will be charged with managing the day-to-day operations of the Chamber and creating a strategic operating plan for the Chamber to ensure long-term viability of the organization.
"I am thrilled with the opportunity and look forward to helping the organization grow and flourish," stated Morrison.
Coming to the Chamber with strong experience in marketing, fundraising and event planning, President Howard Smith stated, "With her background and her experience, we are confident Amy will be a driving force behind the long-term development and growth of the Chamber."  Smith added, "The creation of this position reorganizes the chamber's staffing structure to better fulfill its mission."
Morrison currently serves as the Events and Marketing Coordinator for the Town of Killington. She will continue in that position, working 30 hours per week for the town.
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