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Spanish Fork – Salem Chamber elects new board members

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r The Spanish Fork & Salem Area Chamber of Commerce has voted in a new president and board members for 2018.

Kari Malkovich was named President Elect for 2018. Malkovich is the director of Public Relations for McKell, Christiansen, and Wise, Attorneys at Law.

She is the past president of the Women’s State Legislative Council of Utah and is the former Chief Operations Officer (COO) of Effective Advocacy, where she taught individuals and groups the importance of community outreach and effective communication with government and business leaders.

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Malkovich has always been an active community leader. In addition to her work as a member of the Woodland Hills City Council, she currently serves on the board of the Spanish Fork-Salem Chamber of Commerce.

The new 2018 Chamber Board Members are: (in no particular order)

Aaron SternrAmilyn Gardner-JonesrBrenda LiddiardrCameron HoytrHeathre HonerMatt HarrisonrMike VanDykerNecole Hammond

 

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