Monday, May 24, 2010


Rachel to Support Gwinnett's Business and Community Leaders by Providing Quality Programs and Services

Duluth, GA – The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce has announced the addition of Rachel Bartz as its new programs and events manager. Rachel, who has proven event planning and program management skills, comes to Gwinnett from the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins where she served as event coordinator for the past three years.

As the programs and events manager, Rachel will oversee Drugs Don't Work, Gwinnett's Leadership Organization for Women (GLOW), Human Resource Management Association (HRMA), and Metro Atlanta Council for Entrepreneurship (MACE). Through these programs, Rachel will support the overall mission of the Chamber in creating, promoting, and sustaining a responsible pro-business environment by providing quality programs for Gwinnett County's business and community leaders.

Rachel is enthusiastically charged and has ambitious goals for her involvement with the Chamber.

"In an effort to meet the business and leadership needs of our members, I plan to provide the highest of quality programs and support so that our member businesses can achieve success," Rachel said.

Rachel brings strong operational and management skills to this position. During her tenure at the Museum of Aviation, Rachel coordinated over 2,000 events at the museum ranging from large tradeshows, Hall of Fame banquets, golf tournaments, wedding receptions, and military ceremonies.

Rachel graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a concentration in public relations and a minor in rhetoric from Georgia College and State University. While in college, Rachel was an active member of the University Student Ambassador Program where she served as vice president and was very involved in Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Greek Panhellenic Board, Dance Marathon Charity and the Orientation Leader Team for new freshman.

"The Gwinnett Chamber is pleased to welcome Rachel Bartz as its newest team member," said Alicia Krogh, director of executive affairs & programs, Gwinnett Chamber. "Rachel, with her event planning knowledge and proven track record of success, will serve Gwinnett's business community well."


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