We’re pleased to announce two new regional advisory board chairs for Global Chamber Phoenix and Tucson. Our advisory boards consist of insightful, trusted business leaders working with Global Chamber® Phoenix and Tucson to help companies grow more successfully with less risk. Ultimately, their efforts increase cross metro and border trade through exporting, importing, foreign tourism and FDI/investment. Thank you to our advisory board for your service and support! All leaders! And special thanks to our board and committee chairs.
For Global Chamber Phoenix, Connie Kadansky has been named board chair, taking over from Hank Marshall on January 1st. Under Hank, the board become more complete and grew from 50 to 55 leaders, and we’re in the process of adding approximately 10 more leaders as 2023 starts. Connie Kadansky is president at Exceptional Sales Performance, providing sales coaching in diverse industries. She is a recognized expert in identifying and eliminating Sales Call Reluctance™, the emotional hesitation to prospect and self-promote. Kadansky’s global experience includes training for the Women in Parliament in Rwanda, and, through United Nations grants, she facilitated 26 sales and public speaking training events in Trinidad West Indies for multi-national companies. In October 2022, she facilitated sales training for 47 branch managers for ABSA bank in Kenya. Connie has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Business and Forbes. Thousands of sales pros have graduated from her programs, benefitting from increased sales and enriched career satisfaction. Kadansky is a Master Certified Coach, Positive Intelligence® Certified Mental Fitness Coach and an ORSC trained coach.
For Global Chamber Tucson, Rodrigo Novoa is the new board chair. Rodrigo is the business development advisor at the Kozolchyk National Law Center, partner at DNPV Abogados. He has focused his practice on corporate, real estate, international and customs law, advising national and foreign companies mainly in their commercial establishment in Chile and in multiple Latin American countries. He has also participated in institutional investment protection arbitration (ICSID) and in working groups of the United Nations Commission for International Trade Law.
Doug Bruhnke is founder and CEO at Global Chamber®. He’s also executive director for both the Phoenix and Tucson Global Chamber chapters.
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