Tiffany Hall has been named as The Chamber’s Director of Membership and Community Engagement. Hall will be responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing activities to recruit and retain Chamber members, engaging members, and ensuring membership is valuable and attainable for all Lawrence businesses. Hall was originally hired as The Chamber’s Community Engagement and Events Manager in December 2018. Hall will lead The Chamber’s membership division after the retirement of Cathy Lewis, who worked at The Chamber for nearly 30 years.
“We have new energy building in our organization. The Chamber has immense potential to grow its membership while continuing to increase value to our current members,” said Hall. “We want The Chamber to reflect the diverse and inclusive community in which we live, work, and shop. We want to support the Lawrence business community, from large manufacturers to entrepreneurs, in any way we can.”
Hall previously worked at the LMH Health Foundation in Lawrence. She spent over ten years at the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce, working on sponsorships and with its young professionals’ group.
“Tiffany is very energized when it comes to our members and has been engaged with many of them through her previous role,” said Bonnie Lowe, The Chamber’s President and CEO. “The Chamber is a member organization first, and Tiffany has the ability to get people excited about The Chamber, its member benefits, its events, and everything else we can offer the Lawrence business community.”
Hall will begin her duties as Director of Membership and Community Engagement effective immediately.