Perry new chamber leader

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Published: December 14,2009

Tags: Kasey Perry, Madison County Chamber of Commerce

Kasey Perry

Kasey Perry

The Madison County Chamber of Commerce recently announced Kasey Perry as new executive director. Perry replaces Dianne Dyar, who left the Madison County Chamber of Commerce in September to pursue other professional opportunities.

Prior to her position at the chamber, Perry served as the senior sales manager of tourism development for the Baton Rouge (La.) Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (BRACVB). Before her association with the BRACVB, she was an owner and managing partner for MPower Group, LLC, a management consulting firm for small businesses, associations, municipalities and nonprofits. During her time there, she served as the associate executive director of the Microbusiness Enterprise Corporation of Ascension Parish and the executive director of the Baton Rouge Hospitality Management Association.

Perry received a bachelor of science degree in marketing from Louisiana State University in 2000. She is married to Donavan Perry, a native of South Africa. They have a son, Benjamin, 1.

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One Response to “Perry new chamber leader”

  1. Dan Grimmett Says:

    We are very excited to have someone with Kasey’s talents and background of excellent experience to take the helm of the oldest Chamber of Commerce in Madison County. She has superb communication and organizational skills. This is a time of a new beginning for the Chamber of the fastest growing County in the State and she will be a good leader. We held our annual planning retreat recently and look forward to the implementation of many new ideas, programs and the County Chamber’s continuing success in making Madison County a leader in business growth and quality of life in the Mississippi.
    The Best is Yet to Come!
    Dan Grimmett
    2010 President
    Madison County Chamber of Commerce

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