Joe Kelly to Retire After 23 Years at Atlantic City Chamber
Joe Kelly, President of the Greater Atlantic City Chamber, has announced he is retiring on January 1st, 2020.
In a press release, Kelly says,
Working with the Greater Atlantic City Chamber has been an honor and I take great pride in the work we have done in the community. The success we had at the Chamber is a direct reflection of the hard-working volunteers and professionals I’ve had the privilege to work with. I am extremely proud of our accomplishments.
Kelly also served on several boards during his tenure, including the Workforce Development Board, the United Way, and the Atlantic County Homeless Consortium.
Prior to coming to Atlantic City, Kelly served as the Executive Vice President of the Toledo, Ohio, Chamber and Executive Director of the Bucyrus, Ohio, Chamber during his career in leading Chambers. He was a national Trustee for the American Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) and is a graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management (IOM) at the University of Notre Dame, with an Undergraduate degree from Salem University in West Virginia.
Michael Chait, the Executive Vice President of the Greater Atlantic City Chamber, will assume the responsibilities of the President.
Editors note: Joe Kelly, President of the Atlantic City Chamber, should not be confused with Joe Kelly, morning show host on Cat Country 107.3.