Greater Irvine Chamber Staff Develop Professional Skills at Industry Academy
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Greater Irvine Chamber’s events manager Kaitlynn Irvine and office administrator Tracy Yannotti recently attended their first year of the Western Association of Chamber Executives Academy (W.A.C.E.).
The three-year program consists annual of three days of workshops focused on chamber management. Irvine and Yannotti had the opportunity to exchange ideas and best practices with chamber professionals from throughout the Western United States.
“Attending my first year of Academy provided me with many insights that I am eager to incorporate into my work,” said Irvine. “I was proud to see collateral from the Greater Irvine Chamber being used as a model for other organizations from which to learn.”
Incorporated in 1924, W.A.C.E. has played a significant role in the growth and development of chamber of commerce professionals, including management assistance for new chamber executives and staff. Over the years, membership has become synonymous with access to a network of experienced chamber executives and exposure to emerging trends and usable ideas on every facet of chamber of commerce management.
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