Sunday, November 11, 2012

Welcome Chuck Morgan New Board Member

Chuck Morgan, Port Hueneme
Chamber Board Member

Charles (Chuck) Morgan was elected to the Port Hueneme Chamber Board in October 2012.  

Chuck was previously Vice President of the Board of Directors for the North Tahoe Business Association (NTBA), where he helped assess and improve the local business climate; coordinate infrastructure and economic investment by Placer County in the North Tahoe area; initiate multiple collaborative efforts with other non-profit community organizations to address key community issues; and improve NTBA membership value.  

Mr. Morgan received several awards for his involvement including "Volunteer of the Year" and "Best Organizer".  He also served as the Director of a faith-based non-profit organization, Caring Hearts of Tahoe, that focused on both economic and advisory assistance to community members in need.

Mr. Morgan is a self-employed Business Consultant who provides planning, management and growth input to small- to mid-sized businesses.  He retired from the aerospace industry after a twenty-five year career, having ultimately served as Vice President for Business Development for a Southern California-based aerospace company.  Mr. Morgan and his wife Jeanne are new to the Port Hueneme area and enjoy the low-key beach lifestyle and friendly community. 


About the Port Hueneme Chamber of CommerceThe Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce (PHCC) was incorporated in 1940. The original Board of Directors was the driving force of the incorporation of the city of Port Hueneme in 1948. The mission of the PHCC is to be a dynamic business organization striving to promote growth, prosperity and a quality of life for our members and community.  The PHCC office shares the location with the Historical Society Museum, occupying the former Bank of Hueneme Building, located across the street from the Port of Hueneme.  For more information about this wonderful Chamber of Commerce, call 805-488-2023 or email chamberinfo@huenemechamber.com.

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