The Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce’s Executive Director Linda Mojer resigned from the organization recently.
Mojer had been with the organization more than six years, most recently as executive director.
The executive search process will begin Oct. 1; Lisa Yens has been named interim executive director. Most recently, Yens had been vice president of retail banking at Adams Bank and Trust. Currently, she is a broker associate with ERA Shields Real Estate.
“For 20-plus years, this organization has proven valuable to women in business,” said Beth Roalstad, president of the board of directors. “We want to make the women’s chamber even better.
“Our board has formed a planning committee to address our future, which we are very excited about. As we strive to become the organization for all women in business in southern Colorado, we want to have a strong footprint in our community.”
The chamber completed a new three-year strategic plan. According to a news release, the plan includes four key areas:
• Increase membership by providing exceptional service and value to … stakeholders;
• Retain current members by regularly showing an impact in the community and return on investment;
• Accelerate prosperity of our members by providing the best-in-class networking opportunities, partnerships and education in support of the mission; and
• Remain a sustainable organization by operating with excellence and efficiency.
For more information, SCWCC.com.