Bill Sisson Named Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce President

Bill Sisson Named Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce President

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Bill Sisson has been named president of the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce. He will replace Win Hallett, who is retiring this summer following 22 years as president.  

Sisson has been executive director of the Mobile Airport Authority since 2008, and previously worked as vice president of economic development for the Mobile Area Chamber from 2003-2008. Before coming to Mobile, Sisson was executive director of the Center for Community and Economic Development at the University of Southern Mississippi, the only school in the country to offer a master's degree in economic development. Prior to that, he served as director and later vice president of the business development division of the chamber in Birmingham.

A graduate of James Madison University with a degree in international business and an MBA from The University of Alabama, Sisson is also a graduate of the Institute for Organizational Management. He is married to Catherine Sisson and has two sons.

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