Thursday, March 15, 2018 | 12:00pm
Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance Adds New Communication Role
Maury County, Tenn. — Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance congratulates Bethany Orban for her promotion to Communications Director. In this new role, Orban will directly oversee all marketing and communications for the organization.
Maury Alliance President, Wil Evans, states ”We are excited to transition Bethany to this new role within our organization, her skills and experience will allow us to greatly increase our communications strategy.”
Since joining the Alliance in 2016, Orban has delivered many contributions to the organization including doubling Maury Alliance event attendance, introducing innovative events, leading the roll-out of the new Maury Alliance brand identity, managing the Youth Leadership Maury Class of 2018, and greatly enhancing the quality of communications to our members and community.
On her new role, Orban remarks, “It has been an honor to work for Maury Alliance for almost two years. I am excited for my new role in the organization and look forward to the resources and benefits we will now be able to offer our members.”
Orban received a B.A. in Marketing from The University of Tennessee at Martin and is a certified Chamber of Commerce Executive through the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce.
With this shift in roles the Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance will be looking to add to its staff with the role of Events Manager. The job posting can be found at www.mauryalliance.com/jobs, and the application will close on April 27th.
About the Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance
The Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance’s mission is to facilitate business opportunities for Chamber members and create job growth through economic development. As the leading voice for business and industry, the Maury Alliance provides programs, advocacy and support to the cities of Columbia, Mount Pleasant and Spring Hill. Find us on the web: www.mauryalliance.com.
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