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Rising Young Professionals of Scottsdale Area Chamber take office this week

Mark Stanton, president and CEO of the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce, says the Rising Young Professionals program helps to cultivate and collaborate with the future leaders of tomorrow. Mr. Stanton, pictured above, is also an elected leader of the Town of Paradise Valley. (Photo: Arianna Grainey/DigitalFreePress.com)
Rising Young Professionals offers injection of enthusiasm, camaraderie
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The Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce recently named seven new members to the board of directors of the Scottsdale Rising Young Professionals.

The Rising Young Professionals program of the Scottsdale Area Chamber, is for Valley professionals aged 23-39 working to build and strengthen the link between the young professional demographic and the business leaders of Scottsdale, chamber officials say.

Those elected to the board of directors works to educate, elevate and enhance Scottsdale’s young professionals by providing a network where like-minded individuals can come together to support their career aspirations and the community, according to a press release.

“Each professional asked to join the board brings a fresh set of skills and ideas to further engage and help grow our network,” said Courtney Crubaugh of the Mayo Clinic who serves as board chair. “We’ve been fortunate to graduate some key members of our board in the last year and are excited to see strong individuals wanting to step into those shoes.”

Newly Appointed Board Members include:

Returning Board Members include:

Rising Young Professionals offers injection of enthusiasm, camaraderie

The board will take their positions the first week of July primed to serve current and future members of SRYP. A highlighted goal of the group this year is to collaborate with other groups of young professionals around the Valley to cohesively provide overlapping networks for everyone to get involved.

Mark Stanton, president and CEO of the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce, says the Rising Young Professionals program helps to cultivate and collaborate with the future leaders of tomorrow.

“The Chamber’s SRYP group is a vital part of engagement for our membership and the Scottsdale area,” he said. “These young professionals are the next generation of chamber and community leadership.”

Chamber officials say SRYP today boasts its largest, most consistent membership to date, bringing young professionals together from around the Valley.

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