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Chamber of Commerce hires director of R Park for membership position

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce has hired Elisabeth Rohrbach as its new membership director. The position oversees the heartbeat and hub of the organization.

Chamber vice president Rick Howe said, “The membership department is the heartbeat of a chamber of commerce. Along with our entire staff and board of directors, Elisabeth and I are looking forward to reinvigorating our efforts to focus on our current and future partners.”

Rohrbach is involved in the community through volunteer positions, serving on the Wyoming Stargazing board of directors and the Jackson Hole Land Trust’s Open Space Council. She joins the chamber team from a successful term as director of Rendezvous Park (R Park), a nonprofit-owned natural park in Wilson for people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy for free.

“I’m excited to get to know the individuals who make up Jackson Hole’s robust business community so as to better understand what is important to them and how the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce can best provide the greatest value for its members,” Rohrbach said.

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