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Hall retiring from Chamber

By Staff Report | Nov 8, 2019

NASHUA – Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tracy Hall plans to retire at the end of the year, chamber Chair Betsy Levesque announced late Friday.

A statement released by Levesque states, in part:

“From her time as the chamber’s director of membership beginning in 2006 to assuming her position at the heat of the chamber in 2015 right through today, Tracy has been a strong advocate, visible leader and a friend to the diverse membership that makes up our chamber. We thank Tracy for her leadership and vision in making Nashua a more vibrant city for our business community over the last few years. We also wish Tracy well as she ventures into retirement.”

Levesque said the chamber will officially begin searching for a new president and CEO on Nov. 15.

“Once again, I would like to thank Tracy for her leadership, dedication and vision. I look forward to announcing plans for a reception to allow you to wish Tracy well and thank her for her leadership. I also want to thank each of you for supporting our search for our next great leader,” Levesque added.


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