Hope-Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce Announces New Executive Director


The Hope-Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce is

excited to announce the selection of Beckie Moore as the new Executive Director. 

Moore’s first day with the Chamber of Commerce will be Monday, August 7, 2017.

“We are very pleased to announce this selection,” reported Mitch Bobo, President of the

Hope-Hempstead County Board of Directors. “Beckie will a great asset to our regions

nonprofit and for profit community.  She has served nonprofits at all program,

fundraising, executive and leadership levels, and has a range of Chamber of Commerce

experience that will serve us well. We are excited that Beckie chose to return to Hope

since she is a Hope native and lived and worked here as a teacher and as the director

of the Clinton Birthplace Foundation.”

Moore’s resume includes over 20 years of executive leadership in the nonprofit sector.

She holds certifications in strategic planning, board & staff development, grant writing,

fund development & advocacy training. Moore directed the downtown business

revitalization efforts in El Dorado, AR, in early 2000.

“I look forward to returning to Hope and serving in this capacity,” stated Moore.  “I am

thankful for the opportunity to work alongside those in Hope and Hempstead County

who are ready to move the chamber’s mission forward and see significant development

in the cultural, economic, and political environments. I am excited to work with the

chamber board of directors as we provide the ‘setting’ to help our members prosper and

succeed through a proactive working partnership with all levels of government and

community organizations to achieve a healthy local economy and quality of life. I would

be remiss if I did not thank Mark Keith and his team (staff & volunteers) for years of

dedication & service to the Hope-Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce.”

The Hope-Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit

organization that serves as an advocate for businesses and represents business’

interests and issues affecting the community.

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