Liza Roeser, Founder and CEO of FiftyFlowers, Inc. to address business community in Boise Metro Chamber CEO Speaker Series
Liza Roeser, Founder and CEO of FiftyFlowers, Inc. will address the business community at the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce CEO Speaker Series luncheon on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at the Grove Hotel in Boise.
Liza will be speaking about facing fears head-on and choosing courage over comfort. She will share her recipe to thrive, not just survive, in chaos.
The Chamber’s CEO Speaker Series provides the business community an opportunity to hear from our area’s top leaders about their accomplishments, future projects and initiatives.
The luncheon is presented by Bank of America and sponsored by Blue Cross of Idaho, Boise Airport, United Heritage Insurance, and Idaho Business Review.
Registration is open now at boisechamber.org.
Boise Metro Chamber Hires Hawton-Hill and Cook to Lead Marketing & Communications
The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the addition of two new team members to its staff: Amber Hawton-Hill and Holly Cook will lead the Chamber’s marketing and communications efforts.
Amber Hawton-Hill joined the Boise Metro Chamber in September as the Senior Marketing & Communications Manager, bringing more than 15 years of marketing and communication management experience to the team. She attended Boise State University, where she received her bachelor of fine arts degree in graphic design.
Amber designs and manages all published materials and marketing campaigns for the Chamber. She describes herself as a detail-oriented problem-solver. She is most excited about joining a team that is dedicated to advocating for local businesses and the Treasure Valley on a grander scale. In her free time, Amber enjoys spending time with her family, writing, running a sewing business, and curating an online monthly maker market.
Holly Cook joined the Boise Metro Chamber in October as the Public Relations Manager. She is a graduate of the College of Idaho, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in political economy and has worked in communications and public relations for the past eight years.
Holly manages the Chamber’s media and stakeholder relationships, and external communications, including social media. “I really enjoy being a storyteller. In this role, I’ll be able to tell stories about more than 1,800 members! I’m excited to share the work our members and staff are doing on committees or through advocacy at various levels of government. It’s such an exciting opportunity, and I’m thrilled to join the exceptional team at the Boise Metro Chamber,” said Cook.
Welcome to the team, Amber & Holly!