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A monthly series of learning experiences that build better businesses in Midlothian. Invest in yourself – and your business – through this educational series designed to help you build your leadership skills and advance your ability to build your business. WHEN: Wednesday, December 4

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A monthly series of learning experiences that build better businesses in Midlothian

Invest in yourself – and your business – through this educational series designed to help you build your leadership skills and advance your ability to build your business.

WHEN: Wednesday, December 4

  • 7:00am Breakfast

  • 7:30am Topic Presentation

  • WHERE: Midlothian Conference Center, 1 Community CirclePRICE: $10 per person (includes breakfast) TOPIC: “Building Relationships: Working the Room 101”

    RSVP: Midlothian Chamber of Commerce

    972-723-8600 ~ www.midlothianchamber.org

    [email protected]

Cammy Jackson has been facilitating networking events for over 12 years, serving as a leader in the chamber industry for three different communities. As president of the Midlothian Chamber of Commerce, Cammy serves the business community as a leader, a mentor and a facilitator of relationship building.

After working for years in Corporate America, Cammy joined the non profit world in 2001, accidentally falling into the chamber industry. Prior to coming to Midlothian, she was president of the DeSoto Chamber of Commerce for 9 years.

Active in her community, Cammy currently serves as the Chair of the Women’s Ministry Committee for her church and as a board member for the Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives. She is a past chair of the North Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives Association, Relay for Life of the Best Southwest Cities, and Big Brothers Big Sisters Southern Dallas County Board.

Her passion is helping people and businesses reach their highest potential. She currently lives in DeSoto with her husband, Alan, and daughter, Taylor, Jake the dog and two cats, Kobey and Yazzy.

Mark your calendar now for Wednesday, January 8


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