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Angela Lambert, the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce Director of Community Development, has been selected by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives to join the Fellowship for Inclusive Economic Growth.

This program provides chamber of commerce professionals with tools to build a more equitable economy in their regions. Lambert was chosen along with 21 other chamber of commerce professionals from 18 states across the country.

Lubbock Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Eddie McBride said:

Economic growth is an important initiative of the Lubbock Chamber because when the business community thrives, Lubbock and its surrounding communities reap the benefits. I know Angela will represent the Lubbock community very well and I’m looking forward to utilizing the knowledge she will gain in this program to make Lubbock an even better place to live, work, play, and learn.

ACCE President and CEO Sheree Anne Kelly said:

We are excited to work with this impressive group of chamber leaders. This fellowship will support their efforts to engage business leaders and community stakeholders to shape recovery efforts, build resilient local economies, and create opportunities for everyone in the community to thrive.

The Fellowship curriculum will be focusing on strategies for building a more "equitable economic outcome and creating economies that work for everyone."

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