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July 01, 2015 9:31 PM ET

Company Overview of Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber

Company Overview

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United States

Founded in 1839

Key Executives for Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber

Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Interim Managing Director of Government Affairs
Interim Executive Director of The Cincinnati USA Partnership
Vice President of Economic Development
Senior Advisor
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Key Developments

Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Announces Board Changes

Julia Poston, managing partner at EY, will serve as the 2015 Chair of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. She will be publicly installed on Feb. 26 at the Chamber's Annual Dinner. The Chamber will recognize outgoing chair Mel Gravely II, president and CEO, Triversity at the dinner. Poston currently serves on the Chamber's Executive Committee and has served as Treasurer. Slated as the 2016 Chair, Poston agreed to accelerate her service for Scott Hamlin, EVP and COO, at Cincinnati Children's, who will be stepping down from that post later this spring. Scott will continue to serve on the Chamber's Board of Directors. The Chamber also recognized four new board members who join Poston in 2015: Kevin Jones, Huntington Bank; John Moore, BMES; Jim Sowar, Deloitte; and James Zimmerman, Taft Law.

Cincinnati Chamber Names Brian Carley as New CEO

After a lengthy search, the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber has named the person who will take over the CEO position. Brian Carley will start the job March 1, succeeding Ellen van der Horst, who held the CEO title for eight years and announced in May that she would not seek to renew her contract. Carley now serves as partner at accounting firm Deloitte, leading the firm's audit practice in Northeast Ohio.

Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Names Brian Carley as President

Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber announced that Brian Carley will become President in early March 2014, succeeding Ellen van der Horst. Carley is currently completing his role as a partner at Deloitte. He presently leads the firm's audit practice in Northeast Ohio. The company said that Carley will assume his role at the country's fifth largest chamber on March 1, 2014, when van der Horst ends an eight-year tenure.

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