The Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit association of business and professional people working together to make the Cabell and Wayne County area a better place to live and do business. Our Chamber actively promotes area member businesses, works on community and regional issues, and advocates for business on governmental and legislative issues.
The Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce has been a strong supporter of the regional business community for more than 130 years. Be sure to check out our Events page to see how you can get involved.
A Letter from Tricia Ball
To the greater Huntington area community,
I am deeply honored and overjoyed to be named the new President and CEO of the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce. I am beyond grateful to the Board of Directors for the opportunity to serve our community through this important role.
For the last few months, we have seen good news seemingly day after day. From Huntington being named the highest standard of living to income ratio in the nation, to announcements of businesses bringing investments and jobs to our region, to Marshall University naming one of Silicon Valley’s top CEOs as its President, it is clear that a brighter day is dawning.
I envision strengthened economic vitality, diversity, and resiliency, with the Huntington area being sought after as a place to live and do business on our horizon. To take full advantage of this momentum, we are going to have to be innovative and adaptive. We are going to need collaboration between people with diversity of thought but similar goals. We are going to need to cultivate the next generation of leaders who stay here to create opportunity instead of leaving to chase it. In some cases, as John D. Rockefeller would say, we are going to have to give up the good to go for the great.
Our vision for the next chapter of the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce is to catalyze and facilitate this change. We want to make it our business to help our members grow and succeed. While I know that is the “what,” we want to work with you on the “how.” I will not pretend to know what challenges you face or the opportunities that you see, but I would love to hear about them from you. Please visit www.calendly.com/chambertricia if you are willing to share so we can build the future of the Chamber and our community together.
Let’s go for the great!
President and CEO
Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce