It All Starts with an Idea

Chamber members tour The Edge, Tuscaloosa’s home for innovation and collaboration.


Tuscaloosa Bound!

Around 8:00 a.m. tomorrow, more than 60 members of Columbia’s Chamber of Commerce will board a plane for Tuscaloosa for their annual leadership visit.


September 2019 Member News

Central Bank of Boone County has named Mary Ropp as their new relationship manager. In this role she will strengthen current customer relationships and cultivate new relationships for CBBC. Ropp has more than 15 years of financial experience including business development at Flat Branch Home Loans, The Bank of Missouri and JP Morgan Chase. IMPACT … Continued


July 2019 Member News

AWARDS, PROMOTIONS AND NEW HIRES Providence Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Michael (Mike) J. Wagner as Vice President, Director of Consumer Loan Sales/Banking Center Manager. In his role, Wagner will be responsible for consumer loan sales and the management and supervision of the Banking Center employees and the continued business development of … Continued


Leadership Columbia 2019 Closes on a High Note

The members of Leadership Columbia 2019 had a unique and exciting opportunity to wrap up their six-month program in June during their final session day on the subject of “Growth & Economy.”


June 2019 Member News

Member News Boone County, as a National Collaboratives for Infants and Toddlers (NCIT) community, was well-represented at a NCIT gathering in Salt Lake County, Utah. The All Community Convening event, held April 23-24, 2019, focused on giving NCIT communities the opportunity to share ideas, best practices and successes in prenatal-to-three development through the Pritzker Children’s … Continued


Less than 20 Seats Remain for Leadership Visit 2019 to Tuscaloosa

Registration for the annual Leadership Visit opened on May 15 and less than 20 seats remain. This year’s visit will take place in Tuscaloosa from September 10-12 for 70 leaders in the business, civic, nonprofit, education and wider community from Columbia and Boone County. Specific sessions are being developed now, and may include topics of … Continued