Achievers & Accolades

Moore County Chamber hires director of membership development

By Staff Report, posted 2 months ago
 Jonathon Lewis

The Moore County Chamber of Commerce, the premier business organization in Moore County, is thrilled to announce the addition of Jonathon Lewis to their team as the Director of Membership Development. This strategic hiring decision reflects the Chambers ongoing commitment to fostering innovation, driving growth, and delivering exceptional value to their membership.

Jonathon is highly accomplished with a strong background in the Chamber and healthcare industry. With over 20 years of experience, Jonathon has a proven history of success in driving membership growth, development of strategic relationships and fostering community engagement. This proven record aligns with the Chambers mission and vision.

“We are confident that Jonathon will play a pivotal role in elevating the organization to new heights and contribute significantly to our ongoing success and are delighted to welcome Jonathon to the Moore County Chamber,” said Linda Parsons, President and CEO in a press release. “His skills and accomplishments make him an asset to

our team. I believe his insights and leadership will contribute to our continued growth and innovation.”

Jonathon expressed excitement about joining the Chamber and shared: 

“I am honored to  be a part of the Moore County Chamber of Commerce and look forward to contributing to its ongoing success. The organization’s commitment to supporting businesses and nonprofits is one of the key reasons I accepted this position and I look forward to engaging with everyone in Moore County as I settle into my new role.”

Jonathon’s passion for chamber work and dedication to excellence have been recognized throughout his career. As a former Volunteer of the Year at the Laurinburg/Scotland County Chamber of Commerce, Jonathon’s commitment to service and leadership is evident.

In his previous role as Director of Marketing and Membership at the Richmond County Chamber of Commerce, Jonathon played a crucial role in increasing membership and elevating the chamber’s brand.

Currently, Jonathon serves as the North Carolina Membership Professional Director with the Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, where he continues to make a significant impact in the Chamber community. His expertise and insights have been invaluable in driving member satisfaction and retention. MCC leaders say that Jonathan’s experience, coupled with his strong leadership skills and unwavering dedication, make him an asset to the organization.

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