The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce has announced that Tina Wirth will be the next senior vice president of regional advancement and talent.
Wirth has over 20 years of experience in the industry, primarily with youth and workforce programs. Her most recent position was as the vice president of education and workforce development for the JAXUSA partnership.
During her time with the Jacksonville Chamber, she worked hard to increase the educational options in the region. Wirth focused on growing the number of career academies, raising the bar for academy standards, and launching the area’s first collective impact collaboration.
Charleston Metro Chamber CEO and President Bryan Derreberry said they are thrilled to have Wirth on the team.
Tina Wirth has over 20 years of experience in the industry, primarily with youth and workforce programs. Contributed photo
“She has extensive knowledge of education initiatives and we look forward to seeing her efforts in our region come to fruition and continue strengthening and growing our impactful Talent and Advancement platforms,” Derreberry said.
Wirth has a bachelor's degree in communications from the University of North Florida, Wirth is also a first cohort ACCE EAD Education Attainment Fellow and a graduate of Leadership Jacksonville. Her volunteer work has included positions with the United Way, City Year, Mayor’s Office MLK, and Girl Scouts.
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