Chamber of Commerce announces new board members, officers

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The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama is announcing its new Board of Directors members and 2022 officers.

Joining the 46-member board as new directors are:

  • Anwar Aiken of The Grand Event Design & Décor
  • Mary Virginia Best of Nancy Taylor Day Spa
  • Sydney Burns of Lou & Company
  • David DuBose of Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa
  • Carrie Fitts of Carrie Fitts Real Estate
  • Lee Garrison of The Frazer Lanier Company
  • Heyward Gould of BankFirst
  • Jennifer Hart of Paragon HM Wealth Management Group at Morgan Stanley
  • Joe Hughes of L&H Contractors, Inc.
  • Tony Johnson of Stanton Chase
  • Tim Lewis of TALA Professional Services
  • Luke Remmert of Remmert & Company
  • Llevelyn Rhone of the Hale County Chamber of Commerce.

Returning for a second three-year term are:

  • David Coleman of Hunt Refining Company
  • Michele Coley of the Allstate Coley Agency
  • Russell DuBose of Phifer Incorporated
  • Matt Fajack of The University of Alabama
  • Carl Jamison of JamisonMoneyFarmer PC
  • Brad Newman of Shelton State Community College
  • Tripp Powell of Powell Enterprises
  • Elizabeth Winter of Regions Bank

Each director serves a three-year term beginning Jan. 1.

The Chamber’s Board of Directors’ 2022 leadership team includes:

  • Tripp Powell of Powell Enterprises, chair of the Board of Directors Executive Committee
  • Elizabeth Winter of Regions Bank, who is the outgoing executive committee chair
  • Michele Coley of the Allstate Coley Agency
  • Matt Fajack of The University of Alabama
  • Matt Feller of BFGoodrich Tire Manufacturing
  • Jheovanny Gomez of Jalapeños Restaurants
  • Carl Jamison of JamisonMoneyFarmer PC
  • Jordan Morris of Ward Scott Architecture
  • Brad Newman of Shelton State Community College
  • Jim Page of the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama
  • Kelsey Rush of Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports

“We are fortunate to have such a diverse group of talented, committed professionals willing to serve this nationally recognized organization and contribute to the economic growth of our community,” said Chamber President and CEO Jim Page. “Each brings a wealth of knowledge and skills from their area of expertise, and collectively they will play a critical role in taking our community to the next level.”

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