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Thompson: We have to work together to move forward

Thompson: We have to work together to move forward During his address Thursday morning at the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce Rooster Booster breakfast, Aaron Thompson, president for the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, said that the key to a strong workforce is having a strong educational system from preschool through whatever postsecondary option a…

Chamber Member of the Week: Hafer Design

Hafer Design, a regional leader in architecture and design,  is embarking on its 14th year in Owensboro. The firm began in Evansville in 1978 and will open a new office in Columbus, Ohio, as early as next month. The design group acquired Collignon and Nunley in 2008 and operated on Frederica Street before moving to…

Chamber Member of the Week : KG Consulting

Kaitlin Nonweiler-Gonzalez started KG Consulting last year, specializing in integrating and enhancing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the workforce. During the pandemic, the entrepreneur used her free time to reflect and decided it was time to act on her aspirations.  Nonweiler-Gonzalez said the business is a culmination of her educational and professional experiences. With…

Chamber Member of the Week: Profile by Sanford

Profile by Stanford is a weight loss and nutrition program developed in 2011 by top medical experts. The Owensboro location opened in 2019 and has already helped the city lose nearly 10,000 pounds.  Sanford Health is one of the world’s largest non-profit health care providers, and they pride themselves on making weight loss simple and…

Working for Chamber is a dream come true

Working for Chamber is a dream come true As a college student, I daydreamt of the perfect job, a position that would meld my knowledge and passions.

People have the power to make a difference, Lauter says

People have the power to make a difference, Lauter says Sister Larraine Lauter, executive director of Water With Blessings, told those attending the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce’s Rooster Booster Breakfast on Thursday on the Kentucky Legend Pier that they have the power to make a difference in the community.