Sheron Rose has been promoted to executive vice president of the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce.
A key member of the leadership team since 2015, Rose has overseen all areas of the chamber’s state and local governmental affairs and advocacy, member and stakeholder relations, minority business outreach, diversity and inclusion, education, and civic and community engagement.
In her new role, she will oversee responsibilities in external and governmental affairs, community relations and work with the president/CEO and board to executive policy and strategic initiatives.
“Working daily with our business, community, military, education and elected partners to improve the quality of life for all is what drives our chamber team. Opportunities abound in our community, and I consider it an honor, pleasure and privilege to be engages with so many forward-leaning initiatives that make a difference,” said Rose.
Prior to joining the chamber, Rose served in various human resources and governmental affairs leadership roles with Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama from 2003 to 2015. She is a graduate of Tuskegee Institute and earned her master’s degree from Troy University.
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