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31 Jul Sustainable mobility in spotlight

 

 

 

 

The Chamber, through its Hamilton HIVE initiative and in partnership with the City of Hamilton, today convened a community workshop focused on advancing sustainable mobility infrastructure in Hamilton.  It's part of larger efforts to ensure that Hamilton is a community of choice as our broader region continues to change and grow. "The movement of businesses and families into our city is happening now  and it will only increase with time," said City Manager Chris Murray in his opening remarks. "It's now a question of offering a quality of life that attracts and retains people." Sustainable mobility - that incorporates pedestrians, cyclists, public transit and cars - is critical to Hamilton's future measured by jobs and prosperity in a knowledge economy.  The workshop, which attracted more than 50 city staff and a cross section of community stakeholders, was facilitated by Gil Penalosa of 8-80 Cities.  Outcomes and next steps will be made available through the Chamber in the coming days.

 

 
03 May Hamilton Chamber of Commerce Hires Keanin Loomis as President & CEO

38-Year-Old Attorney, Innovation Professional to Take Helm of 168-Year-Old Institution

Just over a month after the unexpected departure of David Adames, the Board of Directors of the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that it has hired Keanin Loomis as its new President and CEO. He will be taking over from Interim President and CEO, Richard Koroscil, on June 3.

Loomis, 38, is a graduate of the University of Waterloo and The College of William & Mary School of Law in Williamsburg, VA. He practiced law at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, LLP in Washington, DC before moving to Hamilton in September 2009.  He was instrumental in the founding of Innovation Factory, located at McMaster Innovation Park, and serves as its Chief Operating Officer.  He has been very active with the Chamber of Commerce, serving for the last three years on the Hamilton Economic Summit Advisory Committee and the last two years as the Chair of its Innovation and Technology Committee.

“Keanin brings to the table a range of experiences and a great knowledge of the Chamber’s operations and membership.  He has forged a broad network and is highly respected in the city.  We were most impressed with his deep understanding of everything that is going on in the community,” said Louise Dompierre, Chair of the Chamber Board of Directors and President and CEO of the Art Gallery of Hamilton.  “Additionally, because of his energy and vision, we also get an individual who will continue to provide dynamic leadership on behalf of Hamilton’s business community.”

“I am truly humbled by the Board’s confidence and am privileged to lead this distinguished institution at this very moment, when Hamilton’s future has never been brighter,” commented Loomis. “David is a good friend of mine and had the organization heading in an exciting direction.  I look forward to working with all the Chamber’s members and stakeholders to pick up where he left off and continue to lead this organization as a pillar in this great community.”

Richard Koroscil the Chambers Interim President said “I am delighted to be handing over the reins of the Chamber leadership to Keanin, he will bring a new energy and innovative thinking to the Chamber and to our community.  He has and will continue to be a strong community builder in this new role.

Loomis will be playing a role in next week’s Hamilton Economic Summit, moderating a panel of young professionals talking about innovation and the art of the possible.  The event is happening on May 9th at the Careport Centre at McMaster Innovation Park.  More information on the summit can be found at hamiltoneconomicsummit.ca.
 

 
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