The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce has welcomed two new members to its leadership team: SVP of membership and development Adrian B. Cain and accounts receivable/accounts payable manager Lena Holmes.
In his new role, Cain will be tasked with getting new business members involved with the chamber's goals and initiatives as well as retaining existing business members.
Cain holds bachelor's and master's degrees from Marshall University and a master's degree in public administration from Carnegie Mellon University.
Holmes will serve the chamber by overseeing vendor invoice payments and payments of expense vouchers. She will also keep financial reports and be in charge of collection activities.
Holmes is a graduate of the University of Maryland, from which she earned a master's degree in finance.
Additionally, chamber officials have promoted Dustin Istnic, who has been with the chamber for six years, to the position of creative director. In this new capacity, he will lead brand development initiatives and be in charge of the development of the chamber's visual elements.
Istnic holds a bachelor of science degree from Miami University as well as a bachelor of arts degree in graphic design from the Art Institute of Charleston.