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226th Annual Meeting & Annual Business Leadership Awards Virtual Celebration

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226th Annual Meeting & Annual Business Leadership Awards Virtual Celebration

Time: October 15, 2020 from 3pm to 5pm
Location: Online Event
Website or Map: https://www.gnhcc.com/events/…
Phone: 2037876735
Event Type: leadership, awards
Organized By: Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce
Latest Activity: Oct 12, 2020

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The 226th Annual Meeting of the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce was postponed in April due to Covid-19. Since the pandemic hit, the business community has faced the pandemic by innovating, responding to changing customer demands, protecting the health of customers and employees, making difficult decisions, and ultimately preserving through historic conditions.  Combining the Annual Meeting with our Annual Awards, we will use this virtual event to recognize the determination and resilience of our business community. It includes an update on the State of the Chamber, the election of new board members for the GNHCC board of directors, including recently elected Vice-Chair, Howard K. Hill, the presentation of the Corporate Heritage Award, to the University of New Haven, as it celebrates 100 years of service.

This year’s online event will feature a conversation with Yale New Haven Health CEO, Marna Borgstrom. The Annual Business Leadership Awards component of the program will recognize individuals and businesses that have exhibited exceptional leadership skills and are active in the business community. We will honor businesses in the following categories:  Technology & Innovation, Small Business, Community Partnership, Legislative Leader, Diversity & Inclusion Leadership, and our Chamber Volunteer of the Year.

FREE EVENT -  GNHCC is pleased to welcome you to this free-ticketed event thanks to all of our sponsors shown below. To keep our Chamber strong, would you consider making a donation today when you register?

CONGRATULATIONS! 2020 Business Leadership Awards Honorees
Alumnus of the Leadership Center Award: Jill Cretella, Chief Administrative Officer, Marrakech, Inc.
Small Business Leadership Award: Claire's Corner Copia, New Haven, CT
Achievements in Manufacturing Award: Brook & Whittle, LTD
Chamber Volunteer of the Year Award: Mary Ellen Cody, Dean of Development & Community Partnerships, Gateway Community College
Legislative Leadership Award: Honorable Toni N. Harp, Former Mayor, City of New Haven
Developer Investment Award: The Glendower Group, LLC, New Haven, CT
Technology Innovation Award: Yale School of Public Health
Equity & Inclusive Opportunity Award: TBD

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