It was a fantastic and incredibly insightful presentation into North Carolina's Economic Environment.
Special thanks to the panelists, James Lasry, AmCham Gibraltar President, Mary Clare Freeman from Alamo Solutions, our Co-Host Desiree McHard from BDO, @Andrew Montegriffo from Hassans Int. Law Firm, Colin Kiser, Luigi Mercuri and Archibald Astley-Corbett from the EDPNC.
Suzanne Clark, New President and Chief Executive Officer of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Gibraltar, May 2021 – Suzanne Clark succeeds Tom Donohue as CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Gibraltar AmCham would like to congratulate Suzanne Clark on her recent appointment to lead the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. For over a decade, Suzanne has held high-level positions with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and is well positioned to lead the enterprise. She demonstrates strong values, a clear vision and a commitment to success. Suzanne is an accomplished leader with a diverse background that will enable her to steer effectively and be a champion for the future. Gibraltar is delighted to welcome Suzanne into this prestigious role, and we look forward to her partnership.
As Memorial Day approaches, we are grateful for Commodore Ian A McGhie Royal Navy (Rtd), AmCham Board Member and James Lasry, President to reflect on the significance of this day. We are wishing everyone a wonderful Memorial Day.
In honor of Women History month, The Gibraltar- American Chamber of Commerce together with GFSB-Women in Enterprise are delighted to announce a competition for kids between the ages of 8-12 and 13-18 years old and are invited to write a letter (100 words max) or do a drawing to congratulate Vice President Kamala Harris for being elected as the first woman Vice President of the United States of America. The letter or drawing should describe what inspires them.
All entries should be scanned and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and the deadline is the 15th of April. There will be a first prize for both age categories. The prize will be an Ipad and several shop vouchers. With special thanks to The Kishin Alwani Foundation and The Kusuma Trust for their kind sponsorship.
As we approach Independence Day 2020, we find ourselves in a very different world to the one we experienced only a year ago. We remember with gratitude the lovely gatherings that we had in the beautiful setting of the Alameda Gardens and we look forward to the time when we will be able to celebrate all good things together again.
We didn't want Independence Day go without a mention however; so we have brought you a special message from Yael Lempert, Deputy Chief of Mission of the US Embassy in London who brings us a message of joy and hope from Ambassador Johnson. Please find attached herewith.