Chamber of Commerce Elects Its New Members

By WVUA 23 Digital Reporter Micah Ward

The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama has elected new leaders to serve on the Board of Directors.

Joining the board as new directors are Brock Corder of The Builders Group, Steven Deal of Pritchett-Moore, Inc., and Mildred Black Hooks of People Optimum Consulting, LLC.

Returning for a second three-year term are Matt Feller of BF Goodrich Tire Manufacturing, Scott McClanahan of Paragon HM Wealth Management Group at Morgan Stanley, Sontonia Stephens of Community Service Programs of West Alabama, and Sandra Wolfe of the Arts and Humanities Council of Tuscaloosa County, Inc.

Directors will serve a three-year term that starts on January 1, 2021.

A leadership team has also been elected for the Board of Directors. Elizabeth Winter, Market Executive for Regions Bank, will serve as chair of the Board of Directors. Alongside Winter on the Executive Committee are outgoing Board chair Bobby Bragg of JamisonMoneyFarmer PC, Michele Coley of the Allstate Coley Agency, Matt Feller of BF Goodrich Tire Manufacturing, Jheovanny Gomez of Jalapeños Restaurants, Carl Jamison of JamisonMoneyFarmer PC, Brad Newman of ZF Chassis Systems Tuscaloosa, LLC, Reed Norris of Nucor Steel Tuscaloosa, Inc., Jim Page of the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama, Tripp Powell of Powell Enterprises, and Kelsey Rush of Bryant Bank.

Jim Page, President and CEO of the Chamber, said they are grateful for the team they have put together.

“We are fortunate to have such a diverse group of talented, committed professionals willing to serve and contribute to the economic growth of our community,” said Page. “Each brings a wealth of knowledge and skills from their area of expertise, and collectively they will play a critical role in post-pandemic recovery.

For more information about the Chamber, visit their website.

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