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Havah Armstrong Walther named director of Hartford Chamber

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Havah Armstrong Walther

 

The Hartford Area Chamber of Commerce (HACC) has appointed Havah Armstrong Walther as its new executive director. With an impressive background in advocacy, fundraising, and business consulting, she brings a wealth of experience, passion, and strategic vision to lead the Chamber, the board stated.

“We are delighted to welcome Havah Armstrong Walther as our new executive director. Her dynamic leadership style, combined with her dedication to community and business development, makes her the ideal candidate to guide the Chamber through its next phase of growth,” stated Mary Davidson Graham, board chair.

Walther has a proven track record of organizational management, strategic planning, and program design, allowing her leadership qualities to align seamlessly with the Chamber’s mission to promote economic development, foster community engagement, and support local businesses.

As the executive director, Walther will play a pivotal role in the administration of the Chamber, the Quechee Visitor’s Center, and the Quechee Balloon Fest. Her strategic insights and collaborative approach are expected to enhance the Chamber’s impact and strengthen its position as a driving force for economic and community development in the Hartford region.

A formal welcome event is planned during the HACC Annual Meeting on Jan. 31, 2024 providing an opportunity for Chamber members, community leaders, and well-wishers to meet Walther and learn more about her vision for the future of the chamber. For more information, visit:  HartfordvtChamber.com.

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