Rowell leaving Historic Hattiesburg Downtown Association - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

Rowell leaving Historic Hattiesburg Downtown Association

Betsy Rowell, Director of the Hattiesburg Historic Downtown Association Betsy Rowell, Director of the Hattiesburg Historic Downtown Association
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from the Historic Hattiesburg Downtown Association

According to an issued statement, Tom White, President of the Historic Hattiesburg Downtown Association today announced the resignation of Executive Director, Betsy M. Rowell.

Rowell submitted her resignation to the Board of Directors on Monday evening at their regular monthly meeting effective at the end of this year. "On behalf of the Board of Directors and HHDA Membership we appreciate her dedication to making downtown revitalization a priority of the organization for almost six years," said White in a prepared statement.  "I will move quickly to appoint a search committee and establish a job description."

According to the news release, in submitting her letter of resignation, Rowell thanked the Board of Directors for their support and encouragement.

"I have a twenty-year plus relationship with this organization; I have had unique and wonderful opportunities to serve my community through HHDA as an elected official, board member and finally as your Director," said Rowell in the prepared statement. "I now take on the role of Cheerleader Extraordinaire. I know the next phase will be glorious!"

 

 Copyright 2013 WDAM. All rights reserved.

  • Local NewsLOCALMore>>

  • Pine Belt residents honored as Spirit in Action winners

    Pine Belt residents honored as Spirit in Action winners

    Thursday, March 30 2017 5:42 PM EDT2017-03-30 21:42:51 GMT
    2017 Spirit in Action award winners – left to right: Russ Hendley, Kent Oliver, Jan Lacey, Debbie Thomson, Susan Slaughter, Kathryn Slaughter, and Cade Slaughter/Photo credit: FGH2017 Spirit in Action award winners – left to right: Russ Hendley, Kent Oliver, Jan Lacey, Debbie Thomson, Susan Slaughter, Kathryn Slaughter, and Cade Slaughter/Photo credit: FGH

    Five Pine Belt residents were honored for their commitments to caring for the community as winners of the Spirit in Action Awards, presented at the annual Spirit of Women Spring Event on March 30. 

    More >>

    Five Pine Belt residents were honored for their commitments to caring for the community as winners of the Spirit in Action Awards, presented at the annual Spirit of Women Spring Event on March 30. 

    More >>
  • USM business students earn Eli Lilly Training Internships

    USM business students earn Eli Lilly Training Internships

    Thursday, March 30 2017 5:18 PM EDT2017-03-30 21:18:29 GMT
    Photo credit: usmPhoto credit: usm

    This is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi University of Southern Mississippi business students Justin McCool and Morgan Musgrove have been selected for the 2017 Eli Lilly Sales Internship – a 10-week training program with the global pharmaceutical company. McCool and Musgrove, both Healthcare Marketing majors, competed against students from other schools to earn the training opportunity. There were only 60 internships awarded across the country for Eli...

    More >>

    This is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi University of Southern Mississippi business students Justin McCool and Morgan Musgrove have been selected for the 2017 Eli Lilly Sales Internship – a 10-week training program with the global pharmaceutical company. McCool and Musgrove, both Healthcare Marketing majors, competed against students from other schools to earn the training opportunity. There were only 60 internships awarded across the country for Eli...

    More >>
  • Consider This: Celebrate National Women's History Month

    Consider This: Celebrate National Women's History Month

    Thursday, March 30 2017 4:16 PM EDT2017-03-30 20:16:45 GMT
    Souce: WDAMSouce: WDAM

    In 1987, Congress declared March as National Women’s History Month. 

    More >>

    In 1987, Congress declared March as National Women’s History Month. 

    More >>
Powered by Frankly