Posts Tagged ‘Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership’

Global Obesity Summit held this week in Jackson

Source: Press release JACKSON — The Global Obesity Summit 2010 will be held this week at the Jackson Convention Center. Internationally renowned scientists, clinicians, state leaders, business leaders, and health care policy makers will discuss innovative solutions to the causes of obesity, preventive strategies, and therapeutic management approaches. This summit marks the founding of the […] [...]

Lawyers are winners in healthcare reform

Increases in regulation will cost insurance companies, businesses and health providers more With the Health Care Reform Act and corresponding Reconciliation Bill totaling more than 2,000 pages, the only professionals who have time to read and attempt to interpret the new law are lawyers, accountants and other consultants who are paid to do just that. […] [...]

GJCP’s O’Neill talks about $380K salary controversy

When tax returns of several area nonprofits were published recently by Jackson blog Jackson Jambalaya .com, many readers were upset to learn that the president and CEO of the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership made nearly $380,000 a year. Some readers thought the number was too high and asked what the Partnership’s leader did to justify […] [...]

O’Neill named Honorary Life Member

Duane O’Neill, president and CEO of the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership, was recently honored as the newest Honorary Life Member (HLM) of the Southern Economic Development Council (SEDC), the oldest and largest regional economic development association in North America. He was recognized recently at the association’s annual conference in Point Clear, Ala. The HLM designation […] [...]

Donelson accepted into leadership program

Adams and Reese, LLP, partner Alfrado D. Donelson has been accepted into the 2009-2010 class of Leadership Greater Jackson, a program run by the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership to establish relationships among existing and emerging business leaders from varied segments of the community, to assist in solving community problems, to educate participants as to major […] [...]

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