Greater Jackson Chamber Announces New Vice President of Existing Industries
JACKSON, Tenn. May 17, 2023 – The Greater Jackson Chamber is excited to announce the addition of Logan McCoy as Vice President of Existing Industries. McCoy most recently served as special projects director at the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD), where he worked with federal, state and local economic development groups helping to improve infrastructure, tourism, workforce development and community development.
In this new role, McCoy will serve as the primary point of contact for existing industries within our community, working to build and strengthen local and corporate relationships.
"Having the opportunity to return to Jackson and become a member of the Greater Jackson Chamber team, I am thrilled to be part of the upcoming growth," said McCoy. "With my deep appreciation for the significance of our existing industries, rooted in my father's 27-year tenure at Proctor and Gamble, I am eager to contribute to the progress of the Jackson community."
McCoy is a native of Jackson, a graduate of Madison Academic High School and a graduate of Union University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Political Science. McCoy is also a graduate of Leadership Sumner and a former member of the Hendersonville Chamber Young Professionals Council and Young Professionals in Government.
"Existing industries are the backbone of our community, and we are committed to building and strengthening those relationships on both the local and corporate level," said Kyle Spurgeon, Greater Jackson Chamber President/CEO. "As a Jacksonian, Logan's understanding of our community and his experience at TNECD will be a great asset and a perfect fit for our efforts in driving growth and fostering strong partnerships."
McCoy will official join the team on June 1.
About the Greater Jackson Chamber:
The Greater Jackson Chamber was founded in 1905 – seven years prior to the United States Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber consists of a diverse and talented staff, an executive committee, dedicated volunteers, and more than 1,000 business members – all committed to growing the economy and quality of life for everyone in Madison County and the region.