Prosper, van Dam Named Vice Presidents

Kimberly Prosper and Alison van Dam have been named vice presidents at the Metro South Chamber of Commerce where they each have worked for the past six years in the role of Director of Programs and Director of Communications respectively. Prosper and van Dam each earned the designation of IOM, after completing an executive training program in organizational management. The IOM is awarded by the United States Chamber of Commerce after participants enroll and complete coursework at one of five
academic sites within the United States over a four year time frame. Prosper and van Dam each recently graduated from IOM at Villanova University in Philadelphia, PA.

Kimberly Prosper has been in chamber work for ten years and holds a BS degree in Hospitality and Tourism Administration from Lasell College in Newton, MA. In addition, she recently completed a certificate for woman in politics and public policy from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.

Alison Van Dam has been in chamber work for six years and was ranked #1 in her class at Brockton High School. She also holds a BFA degree in Computer Arts/Animation
and Music from the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she was a graduate of the Commonwealth College.

“We are pleased to acknowledge the professional development Kim and Alison have pursued and completed within their divisions while here at the Metro South Chamber of
Commerce. The addition of Vice President to their titles reflects the confidence I have in them and the advancement they have earned through their commitment to the chamber and their professional development within the industry,” said Chamber President and CEO, Christopher Cooney, CCE.

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