Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce pronounces 2021-22 Management OBX Class – The Coastland Occasions

The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce and lead program sponsor The Outer Banks Hospital have introduced the 2021-22 Management OBX class. The Management OBX program can also be sponsored by North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island, Outer Banks Group Basis, Elite Insurance coverage and Pepsi Bottling Ventures.

Chosen to take part on this yr’s program are:

Madeleine Arencibia, NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island; Karen Austin, Dwelling Depot; Jason Borland, Edward Jones; Pam Buchholz, The Atlantic Inn; George Carver, Dare Minority Coalition; Devereux Grindle, The Outer Banks Hospital; Sara Hallas, NC Coastal Federation; Joey Harrell, SMIT Options; Laura Hensley, NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island; Illia Levashov, CMIT Options; Alexis Lowe, Carolina Designs; Matt Melsin, Publix; Don Milbrath, self employed; Tia O’Neal, The Outer Banks Hospital; Erica Powers, First Nationwide Financial institution; Paula Rodriguez, Dare County Dept of Social Providers; Greta Sharp; Andy Stewart, City of Kitty Hawk; Nandy Stuart, Outer Banks Group Basis; Josh Stubblefield, Publix; Beth Wadle, Miss Lizzie’s OBX; Julie Walter, Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce; Becky Ward, The Outer Banks Hospital and Tara Wilkins, Haven on the Banks.

Management OBX is an expert improvement program of the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce. Launched in 2014, this system’s function is to develop a cohort of enterprise professionals with a higher understanding of the Outer Banks area and a community of people able to serve on boards and in different volunteer management roles within the area. The first goal of Management OBX is to coach enterprise and organizational professionals about financial, demographic and social assets, in addition to the successes and challenges of the various native space.

These concerned about extra details about Management OBX can contact Karen S. Brown, Outer Banks Chamber president and CEO, at 252-441-8144 or go to



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