Lorraine Deitchman - I.O.M., President

President

A graduate of the six year program of the Institutes for Organization Management, Lorraine is the heart and soul of Your Chamber Connection.

Lorraine began her career in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as a sales person when joining Tom Hopkins International. Soon after Lorraine went to work in Membership Development and thus discovered her true passion.

Lorraine founded Your Chamber Connection in 1990, making her the first and most successful female in the membership development industry. In the past 20 years, Your Chamber Connection has worked with over 650 Chambers of Commerce and led volunteers in generating more than 25 million in revenue.

Today, Lorraine is still actively involved in the company, overseeing Event sales, Event coordination, travel coordination, and calmly making sure chambers enjoy a truly successful Event. Her passion and primary goal is helping Chambers increase their bottom line and energize their volunteers.

All Chamber clients know her word is her bond as ethics and honesty is her philosophy for success.

YCC News!

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