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69: Communication, Opportunity, and a Place at the Table | Cally Smith | Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce

Be Inspired | Do Good

Interview with Cally Smith, VP of Membership and Brand Strategy at Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce:

Cally Smith is one busy lady. Not only is she Vice President of Membership and Brand Strategy for the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce, she also facilitates the Leadership Roanoke Valley programs, sits on the steering committee for the Young Professional Conference and the Board of Directors of the Rotary Club of the Blue Ridge-New Generations…. among other things. Cally is full of energy and advice for young professionals, and she shares her insights in this week’s podcast.

Get In Touch With Cally:

  • Email Cally: CSmith@RoanokeChamber.org
  • Call Cally: 540-983-0700 x105
  • Connect with Cally on LinkedIn
  • Follow Cally on Twitter

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Written by Heather Michon
Photo credit Roanoke Chamber

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