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Brittany Jones named Marlboro Chamber of Commerce president

Brittany Jones named Marlboro Chamber of Commerce president

The Marlboro Chamber of Commerce welcomes Brittany M. Jones as the new Chamber Pesident.   Brittany has been a resident of Bennettsville for most of her life and attended Bennettsville Middle School and Marlboro County High School, where she graduated as a 2003 honors graduate.

She received her bachelor of arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communications, Visual Communications from the University of South Carolina in Columbia.  While at the University of South Carolina, Brittany worked at the Carolina Alumni Association serving as the public relations officer for the Student Alumni Program.

She also served as the campus President of Habitat for Humanity, Carolina Alumni Student Advisory Board, Student Advertising Federation, Senior Class Advisory Board, Student Gamecock Club, and the Carolina Service Council.

Since graduating, she has worked as an administrator and communications director for Marlboro Adult Day Health Care in Bennettsville.

Brittany later went on to receive her master of business administration from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. While there she was a member of the 2014 Social Entrepreneurship Conference Business Plan Competition Graduate Team.

Jones is an active member of the Marlboro County community serving as a member of several boards and organizations.  She currently serves as the president of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Upsilon Sigma Omega Chapter in Bennettsville. She was appointed to the Lake Paul A. Wallace Authority in 2015, where she serves as the board secretary.  She has also served on the Friends of the Library for the Marian Wright Edelman Public Library and the Marlboro Arts Council.

Jones believes that the Chamber’s work is vital to the county’s business community and looks forward to working with the board and volunteers to grow the organization and represent the interests of local businesses.

Increasing the visibility of the Chamber and encouraging more businesses and individuals to join and become active participants is of utmost importance to her. She is looking forward to hearing from residents on how the Chamber can better support their business, whether they are considering starting up a new business or already own a business in town, the Chamber is here to assist them.