Makalia S. Records has submitted her resignation as executive director of the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce. Her last day working full-time for the chamber will be Nov. 20.
“I look forward to spending more time with my family and focusing that time on the growth of our sons,” Records wrote in an Oct. 22 letter of resignation to chamber president Juan Carrillo.
However, Records said she will help the new director during the transition and serve as a paid consultant for the Gloucester Wine Festival, which has proved to be a successful chamber fundraiser.
Carrillo said the organization’s board of directors expects to hire a new full-time executive director by late December. “It has been very exciting to lead the chamber over the last five years,” Records said. “I am very proud of all the great things we have collectively accomplished.”
Carrillo said that chamber membership has risen by more than 25 percent since Records was hired, and ...
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