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Tracy Hale Clark</i><br /></i><br />Executive Director
Tracy Hale Clark

Executive Director

Chamber Committees

Get engaged and grow.

Getting actively involved with the leadership of the Chamber will position you and your business as an influencer within the community. Your volunteering will lead to more referrals, increased visibility, and personal development.

We need your talents to make a bigger impact on our members and community. Contact the Board Liaison to get involved!


Collaborate and create programs with a focus on member engagement

Board Liaison: John Pope, Cooling Pond Brewery (Send Email) and Pam Quarles, UVA Community Credit Union (Send email.)

Current Events:

  • Business After Hours is one of the most popular networking events! Once a quarter, open to all members and guests with food and beverages available for purchase.
  • Business Boost & Orientation provides members and potential members the opportunity to connect with each other and explore the benefits of Chamber membership.
  • Chamber Chats are casual conversation and connecting over food and beverage at a local restaurant, either breakfast, lunch or dinner.


Collaborate and create programs with a focus on Louisa businesses, attractions, and activities


Board Liaison: Melanie Baker, Shenandoah Crossings Resort (Send Email),   Meryl Clark, Prestige Global Meeting Source (Send Email)

Chair: Sheridan Grimes, Southern Revere Cellars


Collaborate and create programs with a focus on agribusiness needs


Board Liaison: Tammy Boxley, Out of the Box Catering (Send email.), Billy Wayson, Gracespring (Send Email)


Collaborate and create programs with a focus on workforce needs


Board Liaison: Bo Bundrick, Louisa County Public Schools Career & Technical Education


Collaborate and create programs with a focus on government affairs and public policy to advocate on behalf of our members to positively influence decisions made at all levels of government.

Board Liaison: Sarah Marshall, Dominion Energy (Send email.), Nate Wash, Haymaker Auto Repair (send email)



Opportunity to market directly to consumers, locate new products, generate leads, set up appointments, build consumer relationships and find employees. Participation is ideally suited for businesses and organizations focused on health and wellness.

Annual meeting and celebration in June to award the Businessperson of the Year and four Chamber awards.

After hours style event in September, open to the public with businesses gathered to meet each other and connect while sharing information about their services.

Members spreading cheer to other members, Christmas Parade float, Chamber Open House and Mistletoe Mixer year end party..

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