The Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce announces that it’s Board of Directors has appointed Lindsey Runyan as the organization’s next Executive Director. She will start in the position on March 6, having served as director of Marketing and Communication for the Chamber since 2019 and as Interim Executive Director since the September 2022 resignation of previous Executive Director David Carroll.
“We want to thank David for his service over the last four years. His commitment to the Chamber during the pandemic resulted in significant growth in both membership and programming,” Tracey Brummett, President of the Board, said. “We are thrilled to welcome Lindsey as the new Executive Director and look forward to her leadership as we transition into the next phase of the Chamber’s growth.”
Lindsey is a Colorado native who has lived in Englewood since 2004. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Art from Metropolitan State University where she majored in Communication Design. She brings over 18 years of experience in design, communications, project management, and customer service to the Executive Director role. Her demonstrated work history in the non-profit sector, city government, hospitality and commercial real estate industries has already proven to be an asset. Additionally, she volunteers her time with the Englewood Historic Preservation Society where she serves as Communications Director.
“I am excited to be in the Executive Director role and look forward to helping grow the Chamber not only in numbers but reputation, visibility and Influence.”
Englewood is a unique community with a deep history of service and a diverse business community. The mission of the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce is to promote the welfare and vitality of the business and civic community of the area through community, connection, education, and advocacy.