Newly Elected Officers and Board Members

The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to supporting an aggressive business environment and making a positive contribution to the community. Founded in 1908, the Chamber is a voice for business in Gainesville-Hall County and the Northeast Georgia region and offers a full range of services for its members. The following individuals were elected to serve as officers of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce for 2011-2012, beginning July 1, 2011:

Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Officers 2011-2012
Chairman: Jay Jacobs, Jacobs Media Corporation
Chairman Elect: Randall Frost, Stewart, Melvin & Frost
Treasurer: Jody Lail, Chattahoochee Bank of Georgia
Vice Chair Education: Elisabeth Baldwin, BB&T
Vice Chair Economic Development: Chris Braswell, PB Property Management
Vice Chair Community Development: Phillipa Moss, Gainesville-Hall County Community Service Center
Vice Chair Government Affairs: Lee Hemmer, The Simpson Company
Vice Chair Marketing/Communications: Melissa Tymchuk, Northeast Georgia Health System
Vice Chair Membership: Jimbo Floyd, Turner Wood & Smith Insurance
Vice Chair South Hall Council: Geoff Lee, Road Atlanta
Co-Chairs HallMark: Paul Chambers, AT&T; Mimi Collins, The Longstreet Clinic; David Lee, Jackson EMC
Chair VISION 2030: Kelly Miles, Smith, Gilliam, Williams & Miles, P.A.
Executive Director, VISION 2030: Meg Nivens, Greater Hall Chamber
Senior Advisor: Jimmy Adams, The Adams Companies
Immediate Past President: Darrell Snyder, Georgia Power Company
Greater Hall Chamber President & CEO: Kit Dunlap

The following individuals were recently elected to serve as Greater Hall Chamber Board of Directors for a three-year term, July 1, 2011 and ending June 30, 2014:

Newly Elected Board of Directors
Perry Barnett
, Rushton & Company
Carol Burrell, Northeast Georgia Health System
Brian Cantel, Cantel Wealth Management
Andi Farmer, Milton Martin Honda
Bob Pennington, Willis Investment Counsel
Mary Watkins, Watkins Chiropractic
Philip Wilheit, Jr., Wilheit Packaging