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October Weber Insurance Breakfast Meeting

  • 06 Oct 2022
  • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • St Rose Community Building

Registration

  • Become a sponsor of the breakfast and have your name advertised well.
  • Come and enjoy networking and reconnecting with the community!!
  • can't be there in person,but want the great information. Join us on line..(online starts at 7:30)

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Thursday Oct 6th

Meeting brought to you by:

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Location:

St Rose Community Center

1 Church Street in Jay


Breakfast by :


Ambition will be serving up Sausage or Bacon Burritos with Egg, Cheese, and potato serviced with a side of sour cream and salsa.

MEETING AGENDA 

7:00- WELCOME .....networking

7:30- pledge of allegiance- chamber update/ committee reports

7:45 Member in the Spotlight: 

 Weber Insurance Owner Kamron Kimball and Agent Gerri Orff


8:00- Speaker-

Heather Johnson, Commissioner,
Maine Department of Economic Community Development

Johnson decd

Heather Johnson grew up in Skowhegan and graduated from the University of Maine. She began her career by building a diverse background in the private technology sector including sales, operations and general management roles at Nokia, Gateway and Toshiba. With continually expanding roles she created startup operations inside large companies, developed new products for new markets, and ran a $1.2 billion retail business.

After leaving the private sector, Heather had the opportunity to concentrate on rural economic development at Somerset Economic Development Corporation. During her time as the Executive Director she focused on key economic drivers such as; connectivity, workforce participation, and potential growth markets.

While serving as the Director of ConnectME Heather was responsible for managing a small grant program, mapping key assets, working with communities and businesses to help them identify needs and opportunities to utilize connectivity to enable their goals. Heather was able to able to make changes that positions the ConnectME to move forward into the connectivity space.

As Commissioner of the Department of Economic and Community Development Heather continues to dedicate her career to fostering economic development, both in private companies and in rural communities across Maine.


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