The Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce’s vision is to be the voice for the business community by supporting economic growth in and around Bladen County by partnering with diverse organizations and supporting our educational resources to enhance the overall quality of living in our rural communities.
Leadership and Advocacy – The Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce assists our business community and local economy by being dedicated to the growth and success through leadership and advocacy.
Education-Empowerment – Our local chamber is focused on our member’s personal and professional needs by providing growth, educational and networking opportunities.
Stewardship – The Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce is a valuable resource to our communities and one of our roles is to make a positive impact by being good stewards protecting our vital assets valued by the business communities and tourism industry.
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Board of Directors
Board Members & Ex-Officio Members
Jennifer Leggett, President – Minute Man Food Marts
Anne Beyer – Farm Bureau – Bladen County
Sondra Guyton – Bladen Community College
Jake Womble – Goldston’s Beach
Christian Campbell Fisher – The Hilton Companies
Jonathan Langston – White Lake Holiday Resort
Lane Greene – Bladen Building Supplies and Greene’s Pond
Chloe Campbell – Campbell Oil
Denise Taylor Bridgers – Lu Mill Vineyard and Taylor Manufacturing
Ex-Officio Members of the Board of Directors
Sylvia Campbell, Mayor of Elizabethtown
Goldston Womble, Jr Mayor of White Lake
Chuck Heustess, Bladen County Economic Development
Dr. Amanda Lee, President of Bladen Community College
Russell Priest, Chairman Bladen County Commissioners
Stacie C. Kinlaw, 4-H Director, Alternate for Economic Development
Eddie Madden, Alternate for Mayor of Elizabethtown
Greg Martin, County Manager – Alternate for Bladen County Chairman
Brenda Clark, White Lake Town Clerk, Alternate for Mayor of White Lake
Ashley Dowless – Cape Fear Valley/Bladenhealth