Wednesday April 13, 2011

Longtime Oswego Chamber Employee Bids Adieu

Danielle Hayden heading to American Red Cross

    Danielle Hayden will be joining the American Red Cross of Central New York as the new Oswego branch director.

    The appointment takes effect April 25, according to Margaret L. Henderson, regional CEO.

    “Danielle comes to the organization following eight years of dedicated, progressive service at the chamber of commerce in Oswego, most recently as events coordinator,” Henderson said. “We look forward to Danielle being a part of a great group of Red Crossers.”

    “We are excited and very pleased that Danielle has been selected from a very competitive group of applicants to join the American Red Cross of Central New York Team,” added Richard F. Blansett, director of public support for the American Red Cross of Central New York. “We can’t wait to welcome her aboard as a member of the public support department team.”

    Chamber executive director Beth Hilton has mixed emotions over the recent development.

    “While we will miss Danielle on staff with the chamber, we can't help but be happy for her as this is a tremendous opportunity. Danielle’s last official day with the chamber will be April 22. We look forward to working with her in her new capacity,” Hilton said.

    Meanwhile, Lisa Gray has been promoted to events manager for the chamber.

    Gray was formerly the chamber's member services associate. She will not only be assuming the duties that Hayden had, but will also maintain the responsibility for event sponsorship fundraising.

    “Lisa has done a wonderful job with the member services position, and we look forward to her assuming this new role with the chamber,” Hilton said.

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 164

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