GMC Creates New Leadership Role to Advance Strategic Goals

GMC Creates New Leadership Role to Advance Strategic Goals

Corinne Breton Promoted to Director of Programs and Strategic Initiatives

The Greater Manchester Chamber (GMC) has promoted Corinne Breton to the new position of Director of Programs and Strategic Initiatives. Breton previously served as the Member Experience and Programs Manager for the GMC.

Corinne Breton, Director of Programs and Strategic Initiatives

“Corinne is a dynamic and creative leader in the Manchester community, and we are thrilled she is taking on this new expanded role at the GMC,” said Mike Skelton, GMC President and CEO. “In addition to continuing to be the lead strategist for all major GMC events and programs, Corinne will be taking on additional responsibilities in spearheading strategic initiatives that can help the Chamber advance its mission of improving the region’s business climate.”

Skelton added that Breton will also be taking a more prominent leadership role within the Chamber’s successful Leadership Greater Manchester (LGM) program. Breton will be exploring new growth opportunities for the Chamber including arts and culture projects and strategic partnership opportunities within the community.

“I am very excited for this new role and the opportunity to make an impact on the many great things I know the GMC will achieve in the years ahead,” said Breton. “I look forward to building partnerships and relationships to further strengthen and diversify our Chamber by continuing to work on the goals set forth in our Strategic Plan.”

Breton holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA, as well as a Master of Science in Arts Management from Boston University, Boston, MA. Breton is a Manchester native and is proud to live and work in the city with her fiancé Luke.

About the Greater Manchester Chamber 

Incorporated in 1911, the Greater Manchester Chamber (GMC) is the largest business organization in New Hampshire, focusing its efforts primarily on Manchester and the surrounding communities of Auburn, Bedford, Candia, Derry, Goffstown, Hooksett, Litchfield, Londonderry, and Merrimack.  It is the Chamber’s mission to be the voice of business, shaping economic success to enhance the quality of life in Greater Manchester.  For more information visit www.manchester-chamber.org.