Chamber Chat talks with Jeff McSweeney of Central Illinois Youth Symphony
Jeff Griffin president of the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce talks with Tara Cox, the franchise owner of College Nannies + Sitters + Tutors of Bloomington | Peoria
On this Chamber of Commerce, President of the Peoria Area of Commerce talks with Ben Taylor the Great Lakes Regional director of the US Chamber of Commerce.
Jeff was LIVE this morning on Chamber Chat Peoria Life with Tom Fliege - Chamber and CEO Council member - talking about the CEO Council Water Infrastructure...
Jeff Griffin - Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce / CEO Council, Rick Swan - East Peoria Chamber of Commerce, Jennifer Daly - Greater Peoria Economic Development Council, Michael Freilinger - Downtown Development Corp., Don Welch - Peoria Area Convention & Visitors Bureau and Mayor Jim Ardis of the City of Peoria talk about the Peoria Area.
Sherneka Cagle of the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce talks with Kelly Donnelly. She's the Director of Member Engagement at the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce.
Jeff Griffin of the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce talks with Amy Fischer of Mind Oasis. http://www.mindoasiscounseling.com Mind Oasis' practice primarily centers on healing the mind, body, and spirit in all women and children.
Chamber Chat: Jeff Griffin of the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce talks with Kristen Berchtold of South Side Office of Concern. You can give to Jeff's fundraising page at: https://southsideofficeofconcern.networkforgood.com/projects/21585-jeff-griffin-s-fundraiser
On this episode of Chamber Chat, Jeff Griffin of the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce talks with Rachel Hammer of Echelon. The young professionals auxiliary of the Salvation Army. http://salvationarmyechelon.org/
On this episode of Chamber Chat, Jeff Griffin of the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce talks with Steve Thompson about a new logo and all that Easterseals does.
This week on Chamber Chat, Sherneka Cagle talks with Christine Kahl of South Side Office of Concern. The South Side Office of Concern’s mission of “Turning Lives Around” reflects our long history of serving populations of individuals who have limited resources and support systems, including those with mental health challenges, intellectual disabilities and other special needs. In addition to the economic challenges these individuals face, a disability often further impacts access to employment, adequate housing, and services to address special needs.