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Greater Washington Board of Trade CEO Jim Dinegar to Step Down

by | May 8, 2017

Greater Washington Board of Trade CEO Jim Dinegar will step down to attend to family matters, according to a release from the organization, which added, in part:

“Two months ago, Jim’s young children lost their mother to breast cancer. In assessing the immediate and longer-term responsibilities at home and work, Jim met with the Board Chairman over the past several weeks, and together they briefed the organization’s Executive Committee …. Over the coming weeks and months, in consultation with the Executive Committee, Jim will initiate a phased approach that will provide more time for his children and ensure a seamless transition to a new executive later this year.

““Jim has served our organization for over a decade as a respected, passionate advocate for the business community, restoring the Board of Trade to a strengthened position of relevance and effectiveness,” said Board of Trade Chairman Terry McCallister in the release. “He has tirelessly invested in making our region better in countless ways, large and small, and he has always represented us well.””

According to a media report, the Board of Trade, which reported $4.11 million in revenue and 490 members in 2015, will now “cast a wide net” as it undertakes a search for his replacement.

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