Greater Memphis Chamber Promotes Amy Daniels to Vice President of Communications & Programming

Release date: 6/26/2012

Memphis, Tenn —The Greater Memphis Chamber promoted Amy Daniels to Vice President of Communications & Programming.
 
Daniels was formerly the Director of Communications.  She will now be responsible for spearheading the Chamber’s efforts to streamline Chamber programming in addition to continuing to run the Communications department.

“Amy Daniels has worked hard to sharpen her skills as a leader,” said John Moore, president and CEO of the Greater Memphis Chamber.  “She is a highly valued contributor on the chamber team and is respected by our board and key partners as a professional communications executive. With Amy’s expanded responsibilities as Vice President of Communications and Programming, I am confident that she will play an even greater role in the Chamber’s future successes.”
 
 
An integral part of the senior management team, Daniels is responsible for the development of the Chamber’s communication and programming strategy.  She has helped develop a world-class communications plan for the Chamber, enhancing and promoting the success stories of Memphis and the Chamber.  Under her leadership, the Chamber has built an integral relationship with media locally, nationally and internationally.  Daniels also plays a key role in public relations activities including coordinating major economic development announcements and working with Chamber members on significant projects, as well as, key organizations on city-wide campaigns.  As leader of the Communications department, she oversees all development of communication products including: Memphis Crossroads Magazine, the weekly Chamber Beat e-newsletter, the Chamber’s website content and other marketing efforts.
 
Daniels has been at the Greater Memphis Chamber for 16 years, working to communicate the Chamber’s role in bringing jobs, investment and community development to Memphis.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and a minor in Political Science and French from Christian Brothers University.
 

--Christina Meek

The Greater Memphis Chamber is the lead economic development agency for Memphis/Shelby County, and is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of 2,300 business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals.