Colleyville chamber president leaves for new position

Connie Hanner resigned as president of the Colleyville Area Chamber of Commerce. Connie Hanner resigned as president of the Colleyville Area Chamber of Commerce.[/caption]

Connie Hanner, who has served as the president of the Colleyville Area Chamber of Commerce since July 2015, accepted a position with The Woman's Club of Fort Worth.

Her last day with the chamber was Oct. 7.

"The Colleyville Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and staff are thankful for the dedication and commitment that Connie has shown our members,” Matt Eiserloh, board of directors chair said. “She played a critical role in the development and success of the chamber, and we wish her the best of luck with her new opportunity.”

Before joining the Colleyville Area Chamber of Commerce, Hanner served as the President of the Mankato Area United Way in Minnesota. There she focused on fund raising initiatives for the three county region supporting 40 different agencies. Her work included working closely with local Chambers of Commerce, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and banking groups.
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