Mayor Nominates Former MIDJersey Chamber VP to Hamilton Township Economic Development Commission
With continued focus on economic growth, Mayor Kelly Yaede has nominated a former MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce Vice President to fill another position on Hamilton’s Economic Development Advisory Commission.
Yaede has nominated Hamilton resident and former MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce Vice President, Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Tindall.
Tindall served the chamber for 13 years before starting her own company, Liz Tindall and Associates, LLC, which specializes in assisting businesses and non-profit organizations in connecting with opportunities and resources to achieve growth and positive results. During her time with the chamber, Tindall earned a distinguished reputation that is well-respected across the regional business community.
Prior to her time with the chamber, Tindall was an Assistant Vice President/Assistant Director of Government Affairs for FleetBoston Financial (formerly Summit Bank and United Jersey Bank) where she worked for 24 years. She also holds Business degree from Rider University.
Tindall has also been deeply involved in the local community. She is currently the Co-Chair of the Hamilton Chapter of the MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce, serves on the Board of Directors for the Hamilton Area YMCA, is the Vice Chair of the St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center Board and the Vice Chair and Secretary of the Mercer County Employer Legislative Committee. Additionally, she is the Scholarship Committee Chair of the Danube Swabian Association located in Hamilton, and serves on numerous other committees throughout the Township and region.
“As a long-time resident of Hamilton, I am eager to have this opportunity to put my experience of serving the needs of local businesses to work for the benefit of our township,” says Tindall. “I want to thank Mayor Yaede for this nomination and look forward to working with her to keep Hamilton’s economy vibrant.”
“Liz’s professionalism and distinguished record of serving the business community will be a great addition to our Economic Development Advisory Commission,” explains Mayor Yaede.
Tindall’s nomination will be presented to the Township Council for final approval in the coming weeks.
The Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission serves as a volunteer, advisory body to the Mayor through interaction with the Hamilton’s Economic Development Department. The Commission seeks to offer information, insight, and advice regarding the economic growth and stability in Hamilton, assist in business attraction, retention and expansion, as well as holds annual events seeking to support and recognize local businesses.