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Cape Chamber president completes first year at the Institute for Organization Management | Local News

Emily Paul, President and CEO of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce, recently completed her first year at the Institute for Organization Management, the professional development program of the United States Chamber of Commerce.

Paul was appointed to his position after longtime president Vicki Clark retired earlier this year.

“Institute graduates are recognized across the country as leaders in their industries and organizations,” Raymond P. Towle, vice president of the U.S. Chamber’s Institute for Organization Management, said Wednesday. in a press release. “These individuals have the knowledge, skills and dedication to succeed professionally and organizationally in the dynamic association and chamber industries. »

The non-profit institute offers its training program at Villanova University in Pennsylvania.

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Since its inception in 1921, the institute has trained thousands of leaders of associations, chambers, and other nonprofit organizations on how to build stronger organizations, better serve their members, and become strong business advocates, the U.S. House said.

Paul said signing up for the program is vital for Cape Chamber to flourish, as new ideas and practices help strengthen any organization.

“I am grateful to have the opportunity to be part of such an incredible program and look forward to using everything I have learned to strengthen the Chamber and the business community we represent,” said Paul.

The Cape Chamber represents businesses in the south end of New Jersey with its 30-member Board of Directors.

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