Tina Hoebelheinrich Named Executive Director--Cody Chamber

(Cody, Wyo.) - Tina Hoebelheinrich has been selected to fill the executive director position of the Cody Country Chamber of Commerce. She will begin her duties on or before December 15, 2015. "I am both honored and excited to serve the Cody community. The dedication shown by the Board and staff of the Cody County Chamber of Commerce is inspiring and I am elated to be joining their team,” Hoebelheinrich said. “As a Wyoming native, it will be very rewarding to start working with and in a community that already feels like home." “Tina has the background and experience that we think will move the chamber forward,” said James Blair incoming Chamber Board President. He pointed out that she is skilled in grant writing and administration, program management and evaluation, customer service, public speaking, and has extensive knowledge in all aspects of fundraising and recruitment. “Her experience with non-profit organizations will be very beneficial to Cody and our business community,” he said. She is proud of her ability to build relationships. “I have more than 20 years of experience as a management professional, and my previous positions have one thing in common: relationships. I have effectively cultivated relationships throughout my career, Hoebelheinrich said. She added that she has been personally touched by the beauty and grandeur of Cody Country. Hoebelheinrich currently resides in Great Falls, MT, where she serves as the Director of Aging Services for Cascade County. Her professional experience includes serving as CEO of Great Falls’ Big Brothers Big Sisters and Director of Business Office Services at the University of Great Falls. She spent five years in the banking industry with Wells Fargo Bank. She received degrees from Northwest College and Montana State University and involved herself in General Studies at the University of Montana. Her study emphasis was Communications. Previous honors include Woman of the Year for the Human Services Category by the YWCA (Young Women’s Christian Association), “Rising Star” by the Great Falls Tribune, and a national winner to the Annual Sales and Service Conference in Orlando, FL. #reboot