Troy Campbell Named New Executive Director of the Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce

Submitted by Jessica Stoller/Media Director

Troy Campbell
LEAVENWORTH, WASH. — The Leavenworth Chamber board of directors announced that Troy Campbell will be the new executive director of the Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce. Campbell will begin his new role on June 15. He is replacing Nancy Smith, who is retiring after serving as the chamber’s executive director for more than 15 years. 
“I am honored to be selected as the executive director of the Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce and to have an opportunity to put a career of ideas, experiences, and training to use for one of the most unique and endearing towns in the Pacific Northwest,” Campbell said. 
A 1996 graduate of Eastern Washington University, Campbell has more than 20 years of experience in travel and tourism, event production, marketing, and non-profit management. Most recently, he served two years as executive director of the Calistoga Chamber of Commerce, after serving nine years as the executive director for San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf Community Benefit District. 
His experience includes producing large civic events, galas, parades and fundraisers, including the International Ocean Film Festival, San Francisco Fleet Week, Wharf Fest at Fisherman’s Wharf, the Calistoga Harvest Table, the Calistoga Lighted Tractor Parade, the Food as Art Gala for the CD Forum for the Arts, and the Two Nation Vacation Travel Trade Show.  In addition, his role with the FWCBD included overall operational and strategic leadership for the organization, as well as management of projects, destination marketing, capital improvements, and more than 11 committees ranging from marketing and events to urban planning and emergency preparedness. 
 
“The Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors looks forward to serving  Leavenworth under Troy Campbell’s leadership,” said Jesse Boyd, President of the Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce. “Nancy Smith’s dedication and service to this community over the past 15 years has been much appreciated, and we wish her all the best in retirement. And the organization is left in good hands with Troy.”  
About Leavenworth, Washington:
Leavenworth is a picturesque Bavarian-themed village nestled in the foothills of Washington’s Cascade Range. Barely two hours from Seattle and 30 miles from Pangborn Memorial Airport in Wenatchee, Leavenworth has become a popular destination for families, foodies, wine lovers, and adventure-seekers. For more information visit www.leavenworth.org.
 

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