Conifer Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes new leader

The Conifer Chamber welcomed new executive director Tamm DeAun Masoner in July

Olivia Jewell Love
olove@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 8/19/22

The Conifer Area Chamber of Commerce got a new executive director who is ready to look to the future and get down to business. 

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Conifer Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes new leader

The Conifer Chamber welcomed new executive director Tamm DeAun Masoner in July

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The Conifer Area Chamber of Commerce got a new executive director who is ready to look to the future and get down to business. 

Tamm DeAun Masoner has lived in Conifer since 2019 and in Colorado for 15 years. She has many years of volunteer experience, including 25 years volunteering with the Girl Scouts, the Douglas County after-prom committee and the Castle Rock Chamber. Masoner comes equipped with BAs in interior design and business management, as well as a MA in Learning and Teaching with Technology.

One of the things Masoner hopes to achieve in her new position is growing the chamber membership within the business community, which slowed down due to COVID. With her first few events, she saw the community loosen up and get to know each other.

“I think sometimes the business community is all business,” she said. Masoner said she hopes she can continue to inspire people to “let their hair down” and have fun at various mixers and events. 

Masoner considers herself a teacher and problem solver at heart, and hopes to use her creativity to expand the vision of the chamber. 

“I am very much a forward thinker, and I have lots of creative ideas,” she said. 

The chamber is planning to move locations, and is looking for an office that is more conducive to walk-in traffic and informal meetings. It also is seeking to hire a part-time marketing person to help with events and communication.

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