Todd Letts, CEO of the Brampton Board of Trade has been elected to serve on the board of directors for ACCE, the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, an Alexandria, Va.-based association of over 9,000 professionals who work for and with more than 1,600 chambers of commerce throughout North America and beyond.
Members of ACCE’s board of directors represent more than 50 organizations, including many of the world’s largest and most influential regional chambers of commerce.
“We are pleased to welcome Todd back to the ACCE Board of Directors,” said Sheree Anne Kelly, president & CEO of ACCE. “Having served earlier in his career, Todd returns to the organization’s volunteer leadership at a time when the role of chambers of commerce has never been more critical. As our members’ communities and regions emerge from the pandemic and focus on economic recovery, Todd’s expertise and leadership will contribute to achieving meaningful change, continued economic recovery and more equitable prosperity.”
“The Board is thrilled with Todd’s election to this leadership role.”, says Donna Fagon-Pascal, Chair of the Brampton Board of Trade. “Brampton is a major North American city. We are grateful that Todd will represent the city of Brampton, alongside other major city chamber representatives, at this prestigious organization.”
“People world-wide are taking notice of Brampton’s business community.”, said Todd Letts, CEO of the Brampton Board of Trade. “Through involvement in the Board, our members make a positive difference in their community every day. I am honoured to represent them at ACCE.”
The mission of ACCE is to support and develop chamber professionals to lead businesses and their communities. ACCE identifies and analyzes trends affecting communities, shares best practices, and develops benchmarking studies, in addition to providing other tools to help chamber leaders manage and improve operations at their organization to achieve the highest impact in their communities.
Established in 1914, ACCE is an association of over 9,000 chamber professionals from 1,600 chambers of commerce throughout the United States, including 93 of the top 100 U.S. metro areas and a host of international markets. The combined membership of ACCE chambers is close to one million businesses. Chamber leaders look to ACCE for best practices, networks and new ideas that will help them advance the interests of their communities. ACCE recommends successful programs and strategies, and identifies trends, partners and business models that show promise. For more information, visit www.ACCE.org.
About The Brampton Board of Trade
Serving the community for over 135 years, the Brampton Board of Trade is the go-to organization where business owners and professionals from all sectors, convene, collaborate and create solutions to boost regional economic prosperity. Employing more than 61,000 in Brampton, Board of Trade members provide solutions to the toughest problems that businesses face every day, including overcoming barriers to growth, attracting and retaining talent and making the right connections. For more information, visit www.bramptonbot.com.