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MacPhee named Chamber’s new executive director

Joanne MacPhee has been named the new executive director of the Chamber of Commerce.

Ms MacPhee, who worked for KPMG and helped with the launch of The Bermuda Donor Forum’s www.bermudascholarships.com website, replaces Diane Gordon, who left in September.

“We are confident that Ms MacPhee is the right person to lead the Chamber forward as she has a wealth of corporate experience and a marketing background in the business and non profit organisations,” the Chamber said in its newsletter.

Ms MacPhee officially assumed her position with the Chamber yesterday.

In addition, the Chamber said long serving divisional coordinator Fiona Lines has left the Chamber and while president Stephen Todd also left to run for the Progressive Labour Party.

Buddy Rego was named interim president for the remainder of Mr Todd’s term which will conclude at the Chamber Annual General Meeting which is scheduled to take place in April 2012.

Mrs Lines will be joining the Bermuda High School as the personal executive assistant to the headmistress.

“We would like to thank Fiona for her hard work and dedication to our Chamber members over the past 10 years and wish her well in the pursuit of her personal and professional endeavours,” the Chamber said.

Joanne MacPhee: Bermuda Chamber of Commerce's new executive director

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Published November 15, 2011 at 1:00 am (Updated November 15, 2011 at 7:42 am)

MacPhee named Chamber’s new executive director

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