Tasha Sullivan Joins CBCC As Director Of Communications And Marketing

Monday, August 2, 2021
Tasha Sullivan
Tasha Sullivan

The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce welcomes Tasha Sullivan as director of Communications and Marketing. Her first day with the chamber was July 26. 

“We are so excited to welcome Tasha to the Chamber team," said Mike Griffin, Chamber president and CEO. "Her background and experience are so impressive and fit the needs of the communications and marketing role. Her diverse abilities will be very beneficial to our team and to our many chamber members."

Ms. Sullivan and her husband, Heath, owned two local businesses, a coin laundromat and a retail store, Ridge Outfitters, from 2013 and 2014, respectively, to 2020. As a former active CBCC member, employer and business owner, Ms. Sullivan will be able to serve members with a unique perspective. Most recently, Ms. Sullivan worked as a freelance business consultant before accepting a position in business development for Ranger Outdoors, where she focused on marketing, content development, increasing revenue and website design.

Ms. Sullivan said, “I have a passion for assisting as many businesses and individuals as possible. I look forward to being a part of the advocacy for the community that the Chamber team executes on a daily basis.”

Ms. Sullivan is a graduate of both Walker Valley High School and Lee University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in public relations. She and her husband enjoy travel, hiking, biking, trail running, snow skiing, and water activities. 



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