DES MOINES, IA — The Iowa Association of Chambers of Commerce (IACC) is pleased to announce Michelle Redlinger, Executive Director at the Washington Chamber of Commerce, has been elected as Chair of the 2022 IACC board of directors.
“Michelle is a great asset and addition to our 2022 board of directors,” said Lane Till, IACC Executives Director. “We are confident her 10 years of experience in the chamber industry will help strengthen our organization.”
The IACC board of directors is comprised of 11 individuals, representing chambers of commerce across all regions of Iowa, with the purpose of providing guidance in the areas of organizational sustainability, growth, public awareness and member programming.
“As the director of a small to mid-sized chamber, I am particularly excited to represent other chambers of similar size. The majority of our members in the Washington Chamber are also small to medium sized businesses who are locally owned. They wear multiple hats and are very similar to a lot of chambers across the state. Being involved in a smaller organization gives me an opportunity to experience all facets of the organization. I am confident that this experience will lend me to being relatable as well as resourceful.”
To see the full list of the IACC 2022 board of directors, please visit our website: www.iowachamber.net.
Formed in 1916 to enhance the professional development of local chamber executives and professional staff, the Iowa Association of Chambers of Commerce continues as the first stop for reaching the business community of Iowa. Innovation with economic development, entrepreneurs and job creation are critical to the growth of local communities. IACC’s leadership and staff work daily to prepare local chambers and business leaders to meet the changing demands on our local communities. Improving local communities strengthens Iowa.