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The Vice President, Opportunity and Inclusion will work in consultation with the leadership of Elevate Akron on the development, implementation and oversight of the inclusion strategy for Greater Akron. Based on the findings of the inclusion narrative, this person will work closely with the corporate community and community partners to increase awareness of the business case for inclusion and will create a system that fosters and supports inclusive growth in the region. This person will be responsible for the day to day driving of the inclusion strategy for Elevate Akron. In addition, this person will work with leadership at the Greater Akron Chamber and the City of Akron to develop and implement inclusion strategies and best practices for those entities.
The President and CEO reports directly to the Board of Directors and leads all facets of oversight of the $15M, 75-staff organization. The President and CEO will serve as the chief spokesperson to represent the Greater Cleveland area as the premier business organization with investors, businesses, government entities and other key stakeholders. The President and CEO works with peer organizations to improve the region and drive business attraction, retention, and expansion, and advocates for policies that advance a favorable climate where business can grow and thrive. This position requires a proven record of promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of business and civic life.
Under general supervision of the Vice President of Public Policy and External Affairs, this role will lead the development and implementation of the diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives that align with Greater Louisville Inc.'s new strategic plan. Additionally, this position will strategically guide the Chamber's Business Council to End Racism and collaborate with regional stakeholders to progress these efforts both internally and externally.
Under general supervision this role will manage the projects and events that provide support to the organization's diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) strategies. Assist in implementing the DE&I initiatives outlined in the NOW Louisville plan, a comprehensive strategy for regional economic growth and inclusion. Additionally, this position will manage the Chamber's Business Council to End Racism and coordinate with regional stakeholders to progress these efforts both internally and externally.
The Director of Inclusion is responsible for the implementation of the Chamber’s diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. This position serves Chamber members and the community through direct and indirect programming and services. This role also provides leadership and guidance on the Chamber’s integration of diversity, equity and inclusion objectives.
The Inclusion Program Manager is a key position that helps drive the Grand Rapids Chamber's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). This individual will coordinate support for DEI programs and DEI events for the Grand Rapids Chamber (GRC). Putting the customer first, this position will be responsible for program support and facilitation. The role also provides communication between councils, the GRC events team and GRC program managers while interfacing with the Grand Rapids business community. This position will report directly to the Director of Inclusion.
The purpose of this position is to develop, implement and manage the Chamber’s diversity and inclusion strategy that ensures the advancement of diversity, equity and inclusion in the Greater Omaha region. This position will lead external programming and relationship building focused on advancing workplace diversity, equity and inclusion strategies across member organizations. This position will provide leadership and guidance for the Chamber’s internal inclusion efforts by collaborating with senior leadership to advance internal goals and ensure that DEI is prioritized and celebrated in the workplace by all GOC staff.
The Director of Equitable Economic Development will lead community development, equitable economic development, and economic mobility efforts for WCED. This position will also support and lead Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity efforts for the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. This position has a dual-title with the Raleigh Chamber: Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
The Vice President is responsible for leading strategies and meeting goals set by the Tulsa Regional Chamber in support of diversity, inclusion and equity efforts within the Tulsa Region. The Vice President is responsible for operational oversight of MOSAIC, the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s Diversity & Inclusion program. The Vice President is a team-oriented leader for diversity, equity and inclusion programs. A primary focus of the Vice President will be relationship building and identifying partnerships while using data and assessment strategies to define success.
The Chamber's new CEO will serve as the "face" of the Chamber and build partnerships and alliances with a broad range of constituencies, including the Chamber's Board of Directors, government officials and business leaders from around North Carolina and, when appropriate, beyond. This seasoned, well-respected executive will provide visionary leadership for the Chamber and drive continuous improvement initiatives to reinforce North Carolina's position as one of the best places to do business and live in the world.