Latonya was hired as the Executive Director of the Chamber in September 2017. She was originally hired as the Chamber’s Membership Manager in February 2016. Latonya moved here from Indianapolis, IN. Prior to Chamber work, she was in the financial industry for 22 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biblical studies from Indiana Wesleyan University. She is married to Jebora Brock. Together the couple has one adult son, two adult daughters, a teenage son, and seven grandchildren.
Alta has been the communications specialist for the Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce since April 2014. She publishes two weekly and three monthly e-newsletters, sells advertising, develops marketing plans for Chamber programs and events, photographs Chamber events, and more. Alta earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Eastern Illinois University in Charleston and a certification in nonprofit management from John Wood Community College.
Laura was hired as the Membership Manager in November 2017. Laura was born and raised in Quincy. She graduated from Quincy Notre Dame and has a bachelors’ Degree in Art from Illinois College in Jacksonville. Prior to working at the Chamber, she has worked in HR and Marketing. In her free time, she enjoys photography and spending time with her family. Laura has been married to Joe since 2010 and they have three beautiful children; Jackson, Jordan and Samantha.
Member Services Coordinator
Jarid was hired as the Member Services Coordinator in October 2019. Jarid was born and raised in Quincy. He previously lived in New Mexico where he studied to become a crisis counselor to have the ability to help people nationwide. Jarid has a background in digital marketing and has helped local companies build their online presence and public brand. Outside of the office he is committed to further personal development and education, typically enjoying; exercising, reading, and his newest interest – horticulture. He also has two dogs he loves to take for walks and to the park, one of his favorite things in Quincy is the downtown when it snows on Maine Street.