Lincoln Chamber of Commerce’s Senior Director will be sitting in a new government seat in Greeley, Colorado by early September.

The Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce in Colorado has announced that Jaime Henning will act as the new President & Chief Executive Officer beginning this fall. Henning will leave her position in the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce to accept the position in Greeley.

Waverly Partners, a leading executive search firm, along with Greeley Chamber’s Executive Committee, chaired by Bryce Jacobson of the Greeley Tribune, worked over the last few months reviewing candidates.

“I’m excited to have someone with Jaime’s vast amount of experience to champion, advocate and promote commerce in the Greeley area,” Jacobson said. “Her experience, specifically in fundraising, policy and developing young professionals are the skills I’m most excited about.”

A Nebraska native, Henning served as the Senior Director for the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce and has enjoyed 18 years in service to the Lincoln community. She has a bachelor’s degree in Corporate Communications and Public Relations from Wayne State College. Henning was able to lead efforts to help advance Lincoln’s growth, grow Lincoln’s brand and was a founding member and director of Lincoln’s Young Professionals Group which now boasts over 1,800 members. She is one of two Certified Chamber Executives in the State of Nebraska and has served on boards for the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives and the US Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Organization Management. As a key member of the leadership team, the Lincoln Chamber achieved growth in members and non-dues revenue, five-star Accreditation and many national marketing accolades.

“I am honored to be selected to lead the Greeley Area Chamber and help advance the Greeley area’s next phase of growth,” said Henning. “Upon meeting community leadership, board members and staff we knew this was a perfect fit.”

She and her wife Carey are excited to make their home in the Greeley area.

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