In this discussion participants will learn how to take back control of their lives both personally and professionally and learn how to become the best possible version of themselves by letting go of negative neuro pathways.
Speaker Mindy McCloughan has served as the president and CEO of the Loveland Chamber of Commerce since June of 2012. Before moving to Loveland, Colo. in 2012, McCloughan served as president to the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce in Paris, Texas. Her tenure covers 25 years of chamber, economic development, community development and tourism. She is a graduate of the Economic Development Institute with University of Oklahoma; Institute for Organizational Management through the American Chamber of Commerce Executives at Colorado College and a Community/Economic Development Institute graduate from the University of Central Arkansas; and the Western Association of Chamber Executives Academy.
McCloughan’s purpose and passion is to strengthen and expand the economy through programs that lead to bringing business, industry and economic growth to Loveland and Larimer County which fosters the overall quality of life initiatives that make Loveland a great place to live, work and raise a family. In her spare time she enjoys the mountains, boating and golfing with her husband (Dave McCloughan) and their four children (Logan, Ryan, Landon and Grant) and producing Mimi Camp for her grandchildren (Emmie, Sutton & Layne).
About the Loveland Chamber of Commerce
Founded in 1902, the Loveland Chamber of Commerce is Northern Colorado’s “driving force for business.” Comprised of more than 700 local companies, the Chamber offers a vast array of educational and networking programs to help its investors, both large and small, gain the skills and resources necessary to thrive and prosper in today's economy. As a founding member of the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance (NCLA), the Chamber also serves as an advocate for business, working on behalf of entrepreneurs to lead and influence local, state, and federal policy on issues affecting the unique interests of business in Northern Colorado.