Henderson Chamber of Commerce Announces 2022 Board Additions

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The Henderson Chamber of Commerce is proud to share its 2022 board additions beginning July 1. The council is made up of twenty-seven industry leaders who represent various Southern Nevada industries. The council’s responsibilities include community and business leadership, advocacy engagement in areas of expertise, and representing HCC’s more than 1,700 members with a unified voice. New board members will serve an initial term of two years.

“The leadership these professionals bring with them to the chamber’s board of directors is critical,” said Scott Muelrath, president and CEO of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce. “As our community continues to evolve and develop new industries, the HCC is honored to welcome leaders who have participated in this unprecedented growth while broadening the perspective and diversity of the Board of Directors. We are grateful to them and look forward to continuing our collaboration. »

Incoming Chairman of the Board of Directors

  • Craig Kirkland, Executive Vice President/Chief Retail Banking Officer, Nevada State Bank

Additions to the board

  • Brian Kleven, Chief Financial Officer, Dignity Health St. Rose Dominican Hospitals
  • Ercan Aydogdu, Executive Director and CEO, Coral Academy of Science Las Vegas
  • Guy Martin, President, Martin-Harris Construction
  • Kelly Connery, Owner, Orbis Solutions, Inc.
  • Nic Steele, Executive Director, Access Community Capital, Inc.
  • Tim Brooks, Owner, Emerald Island Casino/Rainbow Club Casino

The mission of the Board of Directors of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce is to serve and advance the industrial, civic and general interest of chamber members throughout the City of Henderson and to promote the economic environment for business and responsive government.


About the Henderson Chamber of Commerce

The Henderson Chamber of Commerce, HCC, is a private, not-for-profit voluntary organization dedicated to the growth and advancement of the business community. The HCC provides businesses with legislative representation, marketing and networking opportunities, support resources, and business development training. These benefits are also provided by two other organizations under the HCC umbrella – the HCC Foundation, HCCF, and the Henderson Development Association, HDA. HCC members are focused on promoting the civic, business, and industrial development of Southern Nevada.

For more information on the HCC, please visit www.hendersonchamber.com. Join us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIninstagram and Youtube.

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