Judy Goodman hired as new head of Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce has hired Judy Goodman as its new executive director, the chamber announced Wednesday.

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce has hired Judy Goodman as its new executive director, the chamber announced Wednesday.

“Judy is excited and looks forward to the job ahead,” said Chamber president Brydon Roe in a news release sent out to members. “Judy is looking forward to meeting all of you.”

Goodman fills the role of executive director that was vacated when interim director Adelheid Bender stepped down in January.

“At this time we would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to all of you for your patience and understanding during this transition,” said Roe. “We are pleased and very excited for Judy as the new hire.”

Goodman starts her new job on Monday, April 16.

The Chamber is holding it’s Annual General Meeting at Isabella’s restaurant on Wednesday, Apr. 18.

The Times Review will update this story with more information shortly.


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