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GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. – The Center for Community Leadership (CCL), the community leadership program of the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce, is proud to announce the addition of Alexis Rangel to its staff as Program Coordinator.  Alexis earned her Bachelors degree from Grand Valley State University in Hospitality & Tourism Management. Alexis held an Internship with GVSU's Athletic Marketing Department while attending school. She was also an Assistant Manager at Peppino’s Restaurant in Allendale for three years while she worked toward her degree.

"Alexis has already established herself as a valuable part of the CCL staff. I am excited to add her experience and educational background as our new Program Coordinator," said Kevin Stotts, CCL Executive Director. Rangel will fill the position of Program Coordinator where she will plan and coordinate the Center for Community Leadership’s programs and ensure that established goals and objectives are accomplished in accordance with prescribed priorities, time limitations, and funding conditions.

About the Center for Community Leadership

The Center for Community Leadership is a program of the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce committed to enhancing and connecting leaders from business, non-profits and government. For 25 years, CCL’s diverse portfolio of programming has empowered participants with a comprehensive understanding of our community’s challenges and opportunities, preparing them for their roles as Community Trustees. 

About the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce

With more than 120 years of experience creating opportunities for business success, the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce is the premier business membership organization in West Michigan. Though the area’s largest employers are among its 2,800 member businesses, more than 80% of members are small companies with 50 or fewer employees. By helping members connect, grow and succeed, the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce is a community partner that provides value for members, enhances the business climate in the area, and advocates for public policy that supports economic growth and vitality.

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