Chamber Industry Recognizes Service, Mentorship & Professional Development

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The Massachusetts Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (MACCE) each year recognizes distinguished service in the chamber industry. This year, Emma Stratton, MSCC Director of Communications was recognized for five years of dedicated service to the Metro South Chamber of Commerce and community. Emma is currently enrolled in the United States Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organizational Management at Villanova University, a four year program focused on many aspects of business association and non-profit management. “It’s such a pleasure to work with Emma and see how well Bridgewater State University helped prepare her for this role in the community. Her skills are many and varied, all well suited for her expanding role with the Chamber”, said Chamber CEO, Chris Cooney.

In addition, MACCE recognized two Chamber CEOs for twenty-five years of service. “No better feeling to see colleagues Marie Oliva (who replaced Chris Cooney at the Cape Cod Canal Region Chamber) and Roy Nascimento (former MSCC Vice-President) achieve recognition for 25 years leading communities and leading Chambers of Commerce in Massachusetts. Both are wonderful examples and I’m pleased to have introduced and welcomed both to the industry 25 years ago! Congratulations to Marie and Roy!” said Chris Cooney, President & CEO, Metro South Chamber in a recent article posted on LinkedIn.

Chris Cooney, Metro South Chamber of Commerce; Marie Oliva, Cape Cod Canal Regional Chamber of Commerce; and Roy Nascimento, North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce.
Emma Stratton, Director of Communications, Metro South Chamber of Commerce
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