FORT MITCHELL, Ky. — The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce announces its 2021/2022 new board chair is Garren Colvin, who will serve a two-year term.
Serving as president and CEO of St. Elizabeth Healthcare – Northern Kentucky’s largest employer – since June 2015, Colvin will succeed HSD Metrics CEO Dan Cahill.
Under Colvin’s leadership, the NKY Chamber Board will focus on three strategic imperatives intended to enhance the vitality of the region: (1) Growing, attracting, and retaining world-class talent; (2) Uniting the Northern Kentucky region to advocate for an improved economy; and (3) Building an inclusive business community.
Colvin’s term as chairman will find him leading the most diverse board in the organization’s 52-year history in terms of member representation.
“I am honored to serve in this role and humbled to have been selected to lead the next chapter of the NKY Chamber’s history. The incoming board that will be serving with me consists of the most diverse collection of talented individuals and industries from throughout the region, which is especially important because we must have a team that represents everyone within our community in order to achieve the vision for what we aspire to be as a business community,” said Colvin.
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