Bloomington Chamber Lines Up Next CEO

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The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce has gone local for its next chief executive officer. Monroe County United Ministries Executive Director Erin Predmore will take the helm Monday. Chamber Vice President Anne Bono has been serving as interim CEO since, Phil D'Amico departed in March after just two months on the job. Bono will resume her VP and director of advocacy role when Predmore permanently becomes CEO and president.

Predmore says "I am very honored to be asked to lead the Chamber. The Chamber's mission to create economic opportunity and community well-being are close to my heart - we can't have a community strong enough for everyone without strong business. I am looking forward to working with Chamber members to understand their needs and find solutions together."

She previously served as executive director of the Family Service Center in Springfield, Illinois. The University of Virginia and University of Georgia graduate is a Certified Fund Raising Executive.

Predmore will be the third CEO of the organization within the last year. Jeb Conrad resigned in mid-July of last year.

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