Bonnie Johnson has resigned as president of the Banks County Chamber of Commerce/CVB, effective Oct. 31.
Mrs. Johnson’s has served for over two decades.
Chamber CVB Chairman Todd Hubbard said, “It has been a great pleasure working with Ms. Bonnie this year. Working together, we have achieved much on behalf of the organization and our community.”
Paul Patel, Chair-elect of the Chamber CVB shared, “Bonnie has been one of the state’s strongest and lasting voices supporting tourism.”
Mrs. Johnson said, “It’s been fabulous. I am so proud of what we have accomplished. I have been delighted to dedicate over 23 years to our community.”
She further expressed that “it’s time to move on.”
The Chamber.CVB is reopening a call for applicants for the executive director position until the position is filled. The Chamber/CVB will address the president position following the search for an executive director.
During this hiatus, Brad Day will serve as the chamber’s interim executive director. Day has served simultaneously as Chamber CEO and Development Authority executive in two other Georgia communities. He currently serves as the Banks County’s development authority executive.
He commented, “We have a debt of gratitude to express to this visionary and grand lady.”