Atlanta, GA — National chamber and economic development capital campaign leader, POWER 10, recently announced that veteran chamber executive and Senior Counsel Demming Bass will also manage business development strategy and chamber/EDO partnerships for North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. The move is part of POWER 10’s commitment to providing more proactive and personalized services for chambers seeking fundraising guidance and direct assistance during COVID-19 and beyond.
Since joining POWER 10 in 2017, Demming has served as a Development Director managing feasibility studies and campaigns, Director of Project Operations supervising POWER 10 Development Directors and, now, as Senior Counsel, Demming provides strategic guidance for campaign clients. He has worked on feasibility studies and campaigns throughout the country from Cherokee County, Georgia to Seattle, Washington. Prior to joining POWER 10, Demming served in executive leadership roles at the Gwinnett Chamber (GA), Cobb Chamber (GA), Greater Raleigh Chamber (NC), and Cary Chamber (NC). He has also worked extensively with Constant Contact and Google. Demming is a graduate of North Carolina State University, as well as the Institute of Organizational Management (IOM), Atlanta Regional Commission’s Regional Leadership Institute, and North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership.
“We are excited to announce Demming’s additional area of focus as a key advisor to chambers across North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Demming grew up in the Carolinas and has a passion for and commitment to the southeast. He has a tremendous interpersonal skill set and brings a wealth of campaign knowledge and experience to the table. He will be a great asset to any chamber executive or board considering how to take their community to the next level via an updated strategic plan and high-speed capital campaign to fuel it,” said POWER 10 CEO Sean Mikula.
Demming will develop and implement an overall chamber/EDO partnership strategy focusing on active investment in CACCE, ACCE and IEDC, including free workshops and webinars for members. He will also directly engage and assist chambers with questions about fundraising feasibility studies and capital campaigns and share best practices from similar clients around the country. Finally, he will provide strategic counsel and manage all feasibility study and capital campaign day-to-day operations for chamber/EDO clients across North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
To contact Demming, call 678.414.4508 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.