Aline Doiron is the new Chamber of Commerce office manager.

Chamber announces promotion

Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce promotes office administrator

The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce is very pleased to announce the promotion of Chamber Office Administrator Aline Doiron to the position of Office Manager.

Aline came to the chamber with 16 years of office administration experience, and over the past year has worked tirelessly with the Board of Directors to organize every aspect of the chamber’s internal and external administrative and policy needs.

Highly skilled with evolving technology, she has also taken a lead role in the development of the chamber’s website, in maintaining the chamber’s Twitter and Facebook platforms, as well as coordinating all internal and external media relations regarding advertising and marketing.

Aline has been instrumental in organizing the majority of the Chamber’s events such as the Monthly Mixers, Newcomers Club Meetings, Awards Gala, Golf Tournament, Annual General Meeting, and the list goes on.

Most importantly she has provided extraordinary customer service to everyone contacting the chamber office for assistance whether member, non-member, visitor, partner organization or general public.

The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce’s AGM is scheduled for Saturday December 6 in the Potlatch Room of Sooke Harbour House at 12 p.m.

The SRCC is still accepting nominations for Board members and information is available by contacting the Chamber office at 250-642-6833 or info@sookeregionchamber.com.

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