JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce announced the resignation of director of projects and operations Casey Carroll, IOM. Her last day will be in the early fall.
Carroll’s began her tenure with the Chamber in 2008 with visitor services, and quickly took on responsibilities that made positive and lasting impacts on the organization.
President/CEO Anna Olson commented, “Casey is the ultimate team player—reliable, conscientious, thoughtful, and empathic. She embraced the Chamber mission and has been dedicated to all the members and partners. She is a joy to work with and her positive spirit inspires our staff, our members, and everyone she encounters.”
For Carroll, it is a bittersweet end to a long run with the Chamber highlighted with numerous achievements.
“These last ten years in Jackson, with nine years spent working at the Chamber, have been the best years of my life thus far,” Carroll stated.
Her leadership directly contributed to the Five-Star Accreditation by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Carroll was also integral in organizing Wyoming legislative session networking events, and engaged with Chamber members and community partners to build Green Drinks JH and other sustainability initiatives.
Carroll noted the difficulty of leaving so soon after president/CEO Anna Olson joined the Chamber staff. “I deeply regret leaving at this particular time because I know there is much to learn from Anna personally and professionally. I’m excited to hear about her successes and the successes of the entire Chamber in the coming years,” she said.
The Chamber will be accepting applications for a new staff member. Carroll plans to assist with the transition before she begins her new adventures in Boise, Idaho.