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Little Rock Regional Chamber Promotes Stacy Wilson to Chief Revenue Officer, Kristi Barr to Director of HR & Talent Initiatives

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (May 26, 2022) – The Little Rock Regional Chamber is pleased to announce the promotion of Stacy Wilson as its new Chief Revenue Officer. Stacy has recently served as the chamber’s Director of Programs and Investor Development, leading the events portfolio, programming, and membership departments for the chamber. Stacy has 20-plus years of experience in both the corporate and non-profit community and brings that expertise to her new role. She will continue to focus on improving membership experience, programming, and events as well as working with our business partners on marketing and sponsorship opportunities within the chamber’s event portfolio.

“I am honored and excited to continue my work and grow within the Little Rock Regional Chamber,” Wilson said. “Now more than ever, as we navigate a return to the workforce, our business and community leaders need to continue to come together and seize opportunities for continued growth.  The chamber is an amazing resource for new and existing businesses, and I am excited to be a part of the continued growth in Little Rock in the coming years.”

As Director of HR & Talent Initiatives, Kristi is expanding her role with the Academies of Central Arkansas and talent pipeline creation for employers while also adding human resources duties for chamber staff.

“With the amazing team already in place at the Little Rock Regional Chamber, it was important to promote from within the organization as Stacy and Kristi have the talent and expertise needed to help continue to drive us forward,” stated Jay Chesshir, President, and CEO. “We strongly believe that they are both dynamic leaders who can help us continue to improve, grow and serve our membership.” 

About Little Rock Regional Chamber

The Little Rock Regional Chamber is the principal business-driven leadership organization responsible for fostering the economic growth and development of the Little Rock region to ensure that business and industry may operate profitably and enhance the earning opportunities and quality of life for every citizen. For more information, visit


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