Chamber Connection Issue 7 DawsonCo-Newsletter_Vol7_3-0 - Page 15

ter. Since then I have enjoyed working and living in this community with my growing family. What do you enjoy most about your work? The most enjoyable aspect of my job is the people I get to interact with including my clients, associates, citi- zens and community leaders. I enjoy getting to know people and building strong relationships. What do you love most about the Dawson County Community? I love that Dawson County is growing but is still a very tight knit community. We work together for the betterment of the community as a whole. This com- munity genuinely cares for one another and supports one another. As I go out and visit new businesses especially, I always hear how nice everyone is and how people go out of their way to help one another. When did you become active with the Dawson County Chamber of Com- merce? I began as a Chamber Ambassador not long after I took my role as the Market Leader at Dawsonville. I knew that I wanted to get involved and serve this community and the Chamber was a perfect fit for me. I have enjoyed grow- ing with the Chamber and becoming a Board Member and now the Vice Chair in 2017. It has only enhanced my love for Dawson County and the citizens of our wonderful community. Has the Chamber had a positive im- pact on your business? Absolutely, I have met so many people through the Chamber. Some of which I have been fortunate to make my clients and help them achieve their financial goals, including growing their busi- nesses. The Chamber has been a huge part of my success and the success of many of my clients at BB&T. As vice-chair for 2017, what are some goals and expectations you have for the Chamber and the Dawson County community? long-range planning committee for the County as well I want to see our community be the place where citizens can live, work and play for many years to come. My goals for the Chamber are to con- tinue to be a champion for business in Dawson County. As I serve on the August 2017 | 15