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Lansing Regional Chamber Announces Key Promotions

Thursday, November 1, 2018  
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The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce has announced the promotion of three key team members as well as plans to create new positions as part of organizational restructuring. Chamber team members being promoted include: Eric Dimoff, who has been named vice president of marketing and communications, Michelle Rahl as the new vice president of member engagement, and Steve Japinga who will serve as the new vice president of government relations and public policy.


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“Eric, Michelle and Steve have demonstrated great leadership during their years with the Chamber and the move into their new roles will align their responsibilities with the priorities that have been identified by the Chamber in our strategic plan,” said Tim Daman, LRCC president and chief executive officer. “In addition, adding new positions to our team will give us the ability to fully execute our mission to help businesses connect, grow and thrive, and empower our team to build a better Chamber, a stronger community and a more vibrant region.”

In his new role, Dimoff will continue to lead the Chamber’s marketing and communications team in developing and executing communications strategies including the Chamber’s monthly publication, FOCUS Magazine, media relations, social and digital media, stakeholder engagement, and strategic communications. Rahl will lead the Chamber’s membership team in developing and implementing member engagement strategies including the business value area of the organization’s strategic plan, delivering exceptional member experiences, and retention and development. Japinga will continue to lead the Chamber’s public policy and Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee (LRC-PAC) efforts including the policy influence area of the Chamber’s strategic plan.

As part of a staff reorganization, the Chamber will also add to its communications, public policy and member engagement divisions. Please visit the Career Center at lansingchamber.org for additional information on career opportunities with the Chamber.

The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce works relentlessly to help businesses connect, grow and thrive. No mid-Michigan business stands alone when they are a member of the Chamber. For more than 115 years, the Chamber has served as the voice of the Greater Lansing business community. We are catalysts for change, uniting business leaders to do collectively what cannot be done individually.


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