South Metro Chamber elects new board members, officers

2019-20 board of directors will help further commitment to area businesses

Staff report
Posted 9/27/19

New members and officers recently elected to the South Metro Denver Chamber 2019-20 board of directors will oversee and implement strategies to further the chamber's commitment to the prosperity of …

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South Metro Chamber elects new board members, officers

2019-20 board of directors will help further commitment to area businesses

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New members and officers recently elected to the South Metro Denver Chamber 2019-20 board of directors will oversee and implement strategies to further the chamber's commitment to the prosperity of south metro businesses.

“We are extremely excited about our newly elected board of directors,” Robert Golden, chamber president and CEO, said in a news release. “Not only will they maintain the initiatives our previous board successfully executed, I'm confident they'll also provide the kind of innovative vision to best represent our members as the business landscape in the south metro region continues to evolve.”

Lockheed Martin government relations director Christie Lee will serve as board chair in the new year, replacing outgoing chair Andrew Graham, whose term ended Aug. 31 and will now serve as past chair.

In addition to Lee's appointment, Brett Anderson of Colorado State University will serve as first vice chair, and Charlie Kercheval of Alpine Bank was appointed as chair of the chamber's economic development group.

Other new members on the board of directors are:

• Hallie Woods of the Medical Center of Aurora

• Spencer Way of Littleton Adventist Hospital

• Brett Stone of Gates Corporation

• Geoff Blue of Klenda Gessler Blue

• Dan Metzger of Brue Bakal Capital Partners, LLC

• Diane Cookson of UCHealth

• Scot Chadwick of the University of Colorado

• Brian Ewert of Littleton Public Schools

• Christina Merritt of Swedish Medical Center

• Bret Duston of Academy Bank

• Charlie Kercheval of Alpine Bank

• Jeremy Reeves of Colliers International

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