Cobb Chamber Announces Board of Directors Chair Leadership Term Extension
Thursday, September 17th, 2020
Today, the Cobb Chamber Board of Directors announced they will extend the terms of their 2020 Board of Directors chair leadership.
As the 2020 Chairman of the Board, John Loud, President of LOUD Security Systems, will now remain Board Chairman until the end of 2021. Loud will be succeeded by Britt Fleck, Regional Director of the Metro West Region of Georgia Power, who will continue as Chair-Elect in 2021 and will begin her term as Chairwoman in 2022. Greg Teague, President of Croy Engineering, will now begin his role as Chair-Elect in 2022 and will become Chairman of the Board in 2023.
“In order to help the Cobb Chamber best navigate the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 Board of Directors held a special vote to extend the term for its board chair leadership,” said Mitch Rhoden, Immediate Past Chairman of the Cobb Chamber Board of Directors. “During these uncertain times, the board wants to provide consistent leadership for the Chamber.”
“This consistency of our board chair leadership will enable our chamber to continue focusing on leading this community’s needed economic recovery,” said Sharon Mason, President and CEO of the Cobb Chamber. “John Loud, Britt Fleck, Greg Teague, Mitch Rhoden, our entire board and team have been instrumental working together through this crisis and it is a blessing to work with each of them.”
The Cobb Chamber’s Board of Directors is the organization’s governing body. The Board of Directors consists of 91 voting board members, including a 21-member Executive Committee, representing the county’s diverse populations, geographies, and industries.