Press Release: Lynn Dennis Resigns as CEO

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October 11, 2018
West Seattle Chamber of Commerce
Pete Spalding, Chair Board of Directors
 
 
Lynn Dennis Resigns as CEO of the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
 
Seattle, WA, September 24, 2018The West Seattle Chamber of Commerce announced today that Lynn Dennis has officially resigned from her nearly 6 years as the CEO of the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce effective at the end of the year.
 
Lynn has been the CEO of the Chamber since January 2013 and in that time has helped take the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce to a place amongst the most recognized chambers in the Pacific Northwest. Under Lynn’s leadership the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce has grown its membership, increased member participation in its programs, built numerous partnerships and has placed the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce on a path for future growth and success.
 
Lynn Dennis says “It has been a privilege and honor to serve as the CEO of an organization consisting of businesses and nonprofits who take seriously their role as leaders of a community known for the core values of integrity, respect and commitment. The WSCC members are known for being as committed to the West Seattle community and other peninsula businesses as they are to their own success. Thank you for this gratifying experience”.
 
The Board of Directors of the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce has launched a search for a new CEO.
 
Chair of the Board of Directors Pete Spalding says that while the Chamber is sad to be losing Lynn, “This has been an exciting last few years for the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce. Under Lynn’s guidance and leadership our organization has grown its membership, outreach abilities and partnerships across the West Seattle peninsula. We cannot thank Lynn enough for her contributions to our organization”.
 
The West Seattle Chamber of Commerce’s Mission:
Be the leading advocate for the West Seattle business community through building strong inter-organizational and public-private relationships, networks and resources.
Vision
Sustainable economic growth of a diverse, viable business community on the Greater West Seattle Peninsula.