Woodstock Chamber of Commerce Directors and Staff

All Chambers of Commerce have a Board of Directors – meet ours!

Bob Armstrong
President

Allison Henkell
1st Vice President

Darlene Jaeurnig
Treasurer

Ted Beynen
Executive Member

Ifhan Hudda
Executive Member

  • Simon Amicucci
  • Darcy Bedford
  • Paul Chambers
  • Jerry Cornell
  • Selena Guy
  • Brad Hammond
  • Jim Harrison
  • Derek Holman
  • Erica Hughes
  • Kathy Kean
  • Deb Meadows
  • Janna Streef
  • Lee-Ann VanWees
  • Lisa Wells
  • Liz Wismer-VanMeer
  • Wayne Wright

More about our Board of Directors

The Board of Directors set policy, review initiatives and organize events for our local Chamber of Commerce. They are elected at the Annual General meeting. Board meetings are held every month, and each board member serves a two-year term. Directors are not paid.

To be eligible to stand for election to a Chamber of Commerce Board, you must:

  • Be a member in good standing
  • Be aged 18 years or over
  • Not been found to be incapable in any court in Canada (or elsewhere)
  • Not be a bankrupt
  • Not have been convicted of an indictable offense

If you would like to nominate yourself for a position on the Board, contact the office for more details and an application form to apply.

Chamber of Commerce Staff

The Woodstock Chamber has one full-time member of staff, our hard-working General Manager Kim Whitehead, and one part-time member of staff, our administration assistant, Tamara Visser. Kim and Tamara are based in the Chamber office at 447 Hunter Street, Woodstock, and you may well have met them already at Chamber functions and meetings, including our annual Business Awards of Excellence.

Kim is your first person to call for any Chamber-related inquiries, and you can contact her by:

email: gm@woodstockchamber.ca

phone: +1.519.539.9411

fax: +1.519.456.1611

Please make sure that you call before you come to the office in person to ensure that Kim is available to meet with you.

Our Chamber’s rich history in Woodstock.

Find out more about your Chamber of Commerce on the “About Your Local Chamber” page