Kansas Chamber Staff Changes
May 6, 2015
TOPEKA, KAN. (May 4, 2015) - Kansas Chamber President and CEO Mike O'Neal announced today the hiring of Taylor Schettler as Chamber Services Liaison, replacing Executive Assistant Emily Corby, who will be departing the Chamber's staff at the end of May to become a stay-at-home mother.
"We are delighted that Taylor is joining the Kansas Chamber's team," said O'Neal. "She brings with her significant legislative knowledge and will be invaluable in our work to advance the state's core business issues."
Prior to joining the Chamber, Schettler was an intern for Hickam Public Affairs and Political Field Director for Lynn Jenkins for Congress. She holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Kansas University.
"Emily Corby's dedication to the Kansas Chamber and hard work in and out of the office will be greatly missed. Emily has been an asset to this organization for the past two years and we wish her well at this exciting time for her and her family" said O'Neal.
The Kansas Chamber, with headquarters in Topeka, is the leading statewide pro-business advocacy group moving Kansas towards becoming the best state in America to live and work. The Chamber represents small, medium and large employers all across Kansas. The mission of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce is to continually strive to improve the economic climate for the benefit of every business and citizen and to safeguard our system of free, competitive enterprise.
For more information on the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, visit www.kansaschamber.org.