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Chamber exec to study economic recovery


Debbi Moore, president & CEO of the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce (LCCC), has been selected by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) to study economic recovery and resilience strategies with 41 other chamber of commerce professionals from communities throughout the United States.

The Fellowship for Economic Recovery is an immersive executive development program that provides chamber of commerce professionals with education and tools to improve the post-COVID-19 pandemic outcomes in the communities they serve, according to a press release from the LCCC.

“We are so excited to have Debbi chosen to participate in this Fellowship. This is a wonderful opportunity for Las Cruces and our entire Mesilla Valley business community.” said 2020 LCCC Board Chair Sabrina Martin.

Throughout the year-long Fellowship for Economic Recovery, participants focus on addressing different aspects of economic recovery from education and talent to economic development to entrepreneurship. The curriculum focuses on strategies for building more equitable economic outcomes and creating economies that work for everyone.