CCIWA announces Nicolle Jenkins as President

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) is pleased to confirm the election of Nicolle Jenkins as President and Marcus Stafford AM as Vice President.

Nicolle has stepped up from her position as Vice President of CCIWA. She has provided strong leadership and insight since becoming a Member of the General Council in 2012, drawing upon her skills building successful businesses in challenging and competitive times. As a founder, operator and champion of WA small businesses, Nicolle embodies CCIWA’s mission to promote enterprise and ensure WA is the best place to live and do business. She brings many years of experience as a Board Director and Chairman to the role of President, strengthening CCIWA’s position as WA’s peak business group.

Nicolle is the managing director and founder of The Hub Marketing Communications, the recipient of Australian Marketing Institute and WA Marketing awards in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Throughout her career she has worked to promote and facilitate the growth of small enterprises, strongly representing CCIWA’s values and mission. She has built a deep knowledge of the WA business community engaging with the resources, agriculture, health, tourism, aged care, disability, professional services and not-for-profit sectors. Her leadership experience includes Deputy Presidency of the Board of Directors for Surf Life Saving WA, Board Directorship of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Chairmanship of the Small Enterprise Network and Intelife Groups.

In addition, Marcus Stafford AM has been appointed to the position of CCIWA Vice President. As the longstanding CEO of MSWA, Marcus has extensive business experience developed in senior and executive positions in the health, financial services, management consultancy and freight industries.

Ms Jenkins said it was a great honour to be elected as President of WA’s peak business group.

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