Michael Hamill will lead the Culver City Chamber during 2013, a local resident and small businessperson was elected at last week’s Board of Directors meeting. Joining Hamill on the Executive Committee are Chair-elect Bill Reider, Vice Chairs are Kyle Jones, Geoff Maleman, Elena Sweda Neff, Sue Robins, Scott Wyant, and Goran Eriksson as Immediate Past Chair.
Mr. Hamill is the Managing Director at Grandview National Inc., a boutique investment bank that provides business buy/sell advisory services as well as business turnaround and restructuring services. As a resident of Culver City, Mr. Hamill will bring his involvement of the entire community to his leadership of the Culver City Chamber.
An important part of the Culver City Chamber is the continued involvement in the entire community and not just one area. The Chamber Board is a diverse body of 29 business people that not only represent business, but also is involved through its diversity of businesses, ages and local responsibilities.
Here is the Chamber Board by the numbers:
18 represent small business
10 baby boomers
15 too young to be baby boomers
Uncounted numbers are involved in AYSO, Little League, local service clubs, Boy Scouts, and many professional organizations throughout the state and nation.