GVC Announces Vice President’s Achievement in U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management
GREATER VANCOUVER CHAMBER ANNOUNCES VICE PRESIDENT'S ACHIEVEMENT IN U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INSTITUTE FOR ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Organization Management is widely recognized as the premier professional development program for experienced nonprofit professionals.
Vancouver, WA - The Greater Vancouver Chamber (GVC), a leading business organization in southwest WA, is pleased to announce that Janet Kenefsky, our Vice President, has recently earned her esteemed U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management (IOM) designation.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Organization Management is widely recognized as the premier professional development program for experienced nonprofit professionals. It offers a transformative opportunity to enhance leadership capabilities through applied studies, executive skills training, and reflective practices in an interactive learning environment. This program is renowned for its commitment to excellence within the non-profit sector.
Kenefsky successfully completed the comprehensive four-year program, which encompassed rigorous coursework in leadership applications and extensive research into emerging trends, financial fitness assessments, and the evolving legal landscape in the non-profit sector. Her attainment of this prestigious certification reflects Janet's dedication to her role at the Greater Vancouver Chamber and her commitment to equipping the Chamber with the knowledge, skills, and passion necessary to thrive in today's fast-paced, mission-driven environment.
"We are thrilled to celebrate Janet's remarkable achievement in obtaining her IOM designation," exclaimed GVC President & CEO John McDonagh. "Her accomplishment showcases her ongoing commitment to personal growth and development, underscoring her dedication not only to the Greater Vancouver Chamber but also to the broader non-profit sector."
Kenefsky expressed her enthusiasm, stating, "The IOM program has been an incredible learning experience, and I am truly grateful for the opportunity to evolve as a leader and continue to chart a path for the Chamber as we advocate, connect, inform, and fight for business growth in southwest Washington."
About the Greater Vancouver Chamber
SW Washington’s largest business organization, the Greater Vancouver Chamber (GVC), with nearly 1000 members, has been Moving Business Forward in southwest Washington for over 130 years through business advocacy, community building, education, and creating visibility for our members. The Chamber is a supportive alliance of diverse member businesses, individuals, and organizations, working together toward long-term business prosperity. The GVC is the heart of Clark County’s business community, advocating for sound, sensible and dynamic policies that ensure a vital economic climate and prosperity for all. For more information, please visit VancouverUSA.com.