Business Advocacy and Development Assistant Joins Chamber Team
HONOLULU (February 7, 2014)– The Chamber of Commerce Hawaii is pleased to announce the appointment of Jenny Lee as business advocacy and development assistant. Her responsibilities will include monitoring and tracking of legislative bills, supporting the Chamber’s business development initiatives and coordination of the Chamber’s six member policy committees.
She most recently worked at Clay Chapman Iwamura Pulice & Nervell as a legal assistant. Previously, she served as a legislative aide to House Representative Pono Chong, who is current vice president of the Chamber’s business advocacy department. Lee holds a bachelor’s degree in Asian studies from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a minor in English.
As the leading “Voice of Business” in Hawaii, the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii is the state’s largest organization advocating for businesses in Hawaii. Established in 1850, the Chamber works on behalf of its approximately 1,000 member companies and the business community, as a whole, to advance the state’s economic climate and help businesses succeed. The Chamber supports its members with training, business building and networking opportunities; lobbies government and advocates on behalf of business interests; and serves as a liaison between civilian and military communities in Hawaii.
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Contact: Lori Abe