Kaitie is a lifelong resident of Clarksville/Johnson County and is currently pursing her degree in Marketing & Management at ATU - Russellville. She is one of the first faces you will see at the Chamber, and has taken on the role of administration, where she helps keep the office running. She also helps with Chamber events and has taken on this position in hopes she can help make a positive impact on her hometown and surrounding community.
Director of Marketing & Communications
Karlee is a graduate from the University of the Ozarks and a five year resident of Clarksville/Johnson county. She has two Bachelor of Science degrees, one in Business Management and the other in Biology Wildlife/Ecology, with experience in the customer service industry, sales, and communications. Her focus is to oversee and develop marketing and promotion for the Chamber, local businesses, organizations, people, and area events. She also works closely with the city and CREDO to develop informational and promotional material for our area.
Vice President, Community Development, Membership, & Events Coordinator
As the Clarksville Johnson County Chamber of Commerce Membership and Events Manager, Jessica listens to member challenges in order to identify and connect people to workshops, promotion or other avenues of assistance. She is responsible for membership growth and retention.
Jessica is a Lamar High School graduate and earned a bachelor of science degree from the University of Central Arkansas in Public Administration and Public Relations.
Jessica was formerly employed by the Arkansas Army National Guard as a recruiting assistant and at the Joint Operations Center located on Camp Robinson.
CEO of Clarksville-Johnson Co. Chamber of Commerce & CREDO
Brian currently resides in Johnson County where he and his wife own the Oark General Store. Prior to his venture to Johnson County, he worked as a District Staffer in South Carolina, as well as a Military Legislative Assistant and in the offices of U.S. Senator Jim DeMint, developing legislative strategies for things such as Education, Immigration, and Homeland Security. He also has played a key role in locating and funding municipal water for Oark.
He holds a key role in important decisions, tasks, and communications, as well as management of the overall operations and resources of a the Chamber and CREDO. He acts as the main point of communication between the Chamber, CREDO, businesses, and the community.