Augusta Metro Chamber President serving as Chair Elect on GACCE Board

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Augusta Metro Chamber President serving as Chair Elect on GACCE Board


The Georgia Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (GACCE) recently announced its 2018-19 Executive Committee and Board of Directors at their 2018 Executive Leadership Conference held at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel in Jekyll Island, GA. Sue Parr, Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce President, is pleased to be serving as Chair Elect for the 2018-19 Executive Committee.


The membership of GACCE consists of Chamber of Commerce executives and staff, as well as those members of business and community organizations who are directly interested in or allied with Chamber of Commerce work in Georgia. Sue Parr has been an active member of the GACCE Board of Directors for many years, most recently serving as the First Vice Chair/Secretary. She holds a Certified Chamber Executive (CCE) and an Institute for Organizational Management (IOM) designation. Sue became President of the Augusta Metro Chamber in 2005 but has been involved in chamber work for several years prior to her moving into the top spot.


GACCE has a long and distinguished history of serving chamber professionals in the state of Georgia. The organization exists to advocate the role of the local chamber of commerce in economic and community development and to provide GACCE members with exceptional services in the areas of professional development, information and networking opportunities. GACCE currently has 144 Chambers as members and 32 Associate Members.


The Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce is the largest business membership organization in the CSRA. Membership is open to all businesses and organizations interested in enhancing the overall growth of the Augusta Region as well as investing in a multitude of opportunities that will maximize their growth and opportunity. The mission of the Augusta Metro Chamber is to lead the business community by serving as its advocate, promoting our region, enhancing the business climate, and promoting quality membership programs and services. To learn more about the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce, visit