Downtown Jackson Tennessee

Greater Jackson Chamber Announces 2024-2025 Board Members

The Greater Jackson Chamber Board of Directors is pleased to announce the newly elected members who will serve during the 2024-2025 term. 

2024-2025 Executive Committee Members (also members of the Board of Directors) are: Roger Smith, Chairman, Thompson & Smith Insurance Bob Arrington, Vice-Chairman, Arrington Funeral Directors Todd Swims, Immediate Past Chairman, Leaders Credit Union Kyle Spurgeon, President/CEO, Greater Jackson Chamber Curtis Mansfield, Secretary and Treasurer, Retired Mayor Scott Conger, Ex Officio, City of Jackson Mayor AJ Massey, Ex Officio, Madison County 

The board elected three new members to serve three-year terms on the Board of Directors. They are: Andrew Long, Community Bank Darlette Samuels, Lane College Paul Taylor, Gary A. Taylor Investment Co. 

Karley Bond, Regions Bank, and Tina Prescott, West Tennessee Healthcare, were voted to serve for two-year terms. 

Chairman Smith appointed three members to serve one-year terms on the Board of Directors. They are: Ralph Jones, Jones Family of Companies Jill Taylor, Master Medical Equipment (MME) Josh Wigger, Gerdau 

Donna Stines, West Tennessee Healthcare Hope & Healing Foundation, is the 2024-2025 Leadership Jackson Alumni Association representative. 

Returning Directors are: Mark Cancia, United Way of West Tennessee Marilyn Jackson, retired Dale Thomas, Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, P.L.C Mechele Williams, Jackson Energy Authority 

Ex Officio members are: Dr. Carol Rothstein, Jackson State Community College Dr. Logan Hampton, Lane College Dr. Marlon King, Jackson-Madison County School System Mayor Connie Mullins, City of Medon Dr. Samuel W. “Dub” Oliver, Union University Dr. Niles Reddick, The University of Memphis-Lambuth Campus Mayor Mary Ann Tremblay, City of Three Way Heath McMillian, Tennessee College of Applied Technology 

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