By: Value News | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: May 2007
Sandy Cagle and Kathy Reynolds, new vice presidents of the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce
Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce CEO and President Mickey Thompson recently announced the promotion of Kathy Reynolds and Sandy Cagle to vice president positions within the organization.
Reynolds began her career at the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce in October 1995 and has served for the past 11 years as director of organizational programs. Of the many events she has overseen, the most prominent to the Broken Arrow community is Rooster Days. This year marks the celebration’s 76th year as Oklahoma’s oldest community festival. Reynolds’ previous career positions included events coordinator positions within corporate and recreational sector, allowing a natural transition to her current chamber responsibilities.
Cagle joined the Broken Arrow Chamber in January 1997 as director of membership services. She has overseen the sales and maintenance of chamber memberships for the past 10 years. Membership has almost doubled since Cagle first began to its current status of approximately 675 paid members. Cagle’s prior career history has been mostly in the newspaper publishing field, using her skills in sales and customer relations and improving bottom lines for her previous employers.
Reynolds and Cagle will serve as Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce Vice Presidents. Their responsibilities will remain consistent with past duties, with the addition of new responsibilities to be added at a later time. The new responsibilities will be related to the management and operational activities of the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce.