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Greenville Chamber leaders recognized by leading industry organizations

Two Greenville Chamber executives have been recognized by leading chamber industry organizations. Liz Horton, the Greenville Chamber’s Senior Vice President, has been recognized for 20 years of service by Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (CACCE). Kevin Capell, Vice President of Investor Development and Engagement, has graduated from the U.S. Chamber’s Institute for Organization Management.

Liz Horton, IOM, CCCE was recognized by CACCE for 20 years of service during the organization’s annual Staff Leadership Development Conference. The Service Awards recognize members across North and South Carolina who have achieved significant years of service in the chamber of commerce industry. Horton first joined the chamber industry in 2002 and previously served as the Executive Director of the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center before joining the Greenville Chamber. At the conference, Horton was also recognized as the 2022 CACCE Board of Directors Treasurer and has been tapped to serve as the President-Elect in 2023 and as President the following year.

Kevin Capell, IOM graduated from the Institute for Organization Management (IOM) on June 29th. IOM is the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and is the premier nonprofit professional development program for association and chamber professionals. IOM graduate recognition signifies the individual’s completion of 96 credit hours of course instruction in non-profit management. Institute’s curriculum consists of four weeklong sessions over the course of four years on topics including leadership, advocacy, marketing, finance and membership.

“Congratulations to both Liz and Kevin for these significant accomplishments,” said Carlos Phillips, Greenville Chamber President/CEO. “Their dedication to continual professional development and commitment to excellence is clearly demonstrated in these achievements and is recognized by our business community. The Greenville Chamber is better equipped to deliver upon its mission because of their outstanding leadership.”

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