"Her skill, creativity and insight in marketing, public relations and communications will be crucial as we work to enhance the membership experience and set a course for the future of the Frederick Chamber.” - Rick Weldon, President & CEO, Frederick County Chamber of Commerce
FREDERICK, Md. (PRWEB) October 02, 2018
The Frederick County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the promotion of Jennifer Gerlock to Vice President, Marketing and Communications. Gerlock has been with the organization for five months.
“I’m pleased to begin the process of aligning our staffing with our strategic priorities. As we begin our Chamber rebranding effort, Jennifer will help lead our members, Board and staff through a comprehensive assessment of what and who we are,” said Rick Weldon, President & CEO. “I’ve known Jennifer for a long time, including through the Leadership Frederick County program. Her skill, creativity and insight in marketing, public relations and communications will be crucial as we work to enhance the membership experience and set a course for the future of the Frederick Chamber.”
The Vice President of Marketing and Communications also serves as the Chief Brand Officer for the Chamber, and ensures that all Chamber events, services and programs reflect the essential elements of Chamber membership. According to Weldon, “This Chamber has existed for over 100 years. The future will center on using technology tools to help our members grow their businesses. Jennifer will be a critical part of that effort, and I’m really excited about working with her to tell the stories of our members to the Frederick community.”
About the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce
The Frederick County Chamber of Commerce serves as the voice of business and provides strategic leadership and engagement in building the future of business and the community through information, collaboration, advocacy and services on behalf of the employers in our community.
Our members include small businesses, corporations, associations, nonprofits and individual professionals. Since 1912 the Chamber has worked diligently with local government, education, private industry and a host of other agencies and organizations to improve the business environment and promote Frederick County as a premier community in which to live, work and do business.
The Chamber organizes and directs the efforts of all who share the desire to improve the conditions under which business is conducted in Frederick County and the greater region. Through participation in the Chamber, members are able to accomplish collectively what they could not do individually.