Belton Chamber Board Names Interim President
The Belton Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has named Mark Arrazola as Interim President.
Arrazola currently serves as the Chamber’s Programs Director and carries nine years of chamber experience into his new role. Since joining the team in 2006 he has helped launch and operate several new chamber programs and initiatives including Apprentice Belton, Belton Young Professionals, and Meet Belton for Military Families.
“The Belton Chamber is a vital part to the business health in our area by fostering relationships that stay in line with our vision and goals,” Robert Potts, Chairman of the Belton Chamber Board of Directors said. “During this time it is important to stay vigilant, and keep the organizations purpose and mission in mind. I am fully confident that Mark Arrazola will continue to lead us in the same direction without missing a beat.”
“I am excited for the opportunity to carry on the mission of the Chamber during this time,” Arrazola said. “I am truly grateful for the Board’s support and confidence in me.”
Arrazola succeeds President/CEO Stephanie O’Banion who has taken a position with United Way of Central Texas as Vice President of Resource Development.