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Chamber Ambassadors

The Chamber Ambassador program is a voluntary group that works to provide a link between Chamber members, staff, and the Chamber Council and help members receive the maximum benefit from their memberships. In addition, Ambassadors also promote the Chamber of Commerce within the community to foster economic growth through business opportunities, networking, and events that educate, inform, and inspire individuals, businesses, and residents of the community.
 
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2017-2018 Chamber Ambassadors

Deanna Ancil, Kokomo Urban Outreach

Joanna Bailey, Waterford Place Health Campus

Tracie Bergin, STAR Financial Bank

Tera Beverly, First Farmers Bank and Trust

Amy Bitner, Liberty Financial Group

Caroline Bousum, KeyBank

Jacob Brown, Baker-Milligan CPAs

Tracy Brown, Community First Bank of Indiana

Jenny Conyers, Jefferson Manor Retirement Community

Ann Dean, Weichert Realtors - Choice Associates

LeAnn Devine, Hoosier AM/FM Radio

Laura Hileman, Guardian Angel Foundation

Kathleen Keppner, Daniels, Alexander & Daniels Freedom Financial Group

Tracy Martino, Family Service Association of Howard County

Deb Mumaw, Sam's Club

Lindsay Ousley, The Wyman Group

Jonathan Rogers, WWKI 100.5 FM

Jess Keller, Palmer's Jewelry, Inc.

Catherine Ozminkowski, KeyBank

Steve Rector, LeaderOne Financial Corporation

Alexandra Durham, Daniels, Alexander & Daniels Freedom Financial Group

Nikki Howard, Patriot Insurance Corp.

Santos Salinas III, Edward Jones

Danielle Rule-MacLaren, Rule & MacLaren Insurance Services

Jerry Smith, BMO Harris BankAm

Josh Wesner, Aperion Care Kokomo

Ikeia Prince, Kokomo Family YMCA

Savanah Stevens, Service Master Advantage

Tawnya Harrison, The Productive Assistant

Sherry Rahl, Project Access Howard County