The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce and welcome Nathan Emmons as operations coordinator, said Beth Hilton, executive director. Emmons will be responsible for organizing and synchronizing the activities of various areas within the Chamber. Emmons has been involved with the chamber as a business member since 2011.
“ Nate has skills and qualifications that are an excellent match for the position,” Hilton said. “ We are delighted to have his expertise and enthusiasm as operations coordinator here at the chamber.”
Emmons brings experience as co-owner of his company, Mother Earth Baby, LLC with his wife. As an owner, he is the business, financial and operations manager, which includes, accounting, tax preparation, filing, reconciliation of accounts and legal document preparation. Prior to joining the chamber, Emmons was the Assistant Dean of Students at the State University of New York at Oswego. He coordinated all aspects of new student and parent transition programs including marketing and communication strategies, assessment, event planning and execution, supervision of staff, volunteer coordination, business function and execution of budgets exceeding $450,000. Emmons is also involved as a member of Oswego Network Entrepreneurs, treasurer for the board of directors for Children’s Museum of Oswego, and a community service coordinator for Boy Scouts of America, Troop 888. Emmons has a BS degree in Biology from St. Lawrence University and a MBA from Syracuse University.
Before starting Mother Earth baby, Emmons was Director of Student Life and Leadership at Hobart and William Smith Colleges where he was responsible for overseeing processes and procedures for all student organizations. Emmons also worked at Syracuse University as an Associate and Assistant Director, Facility Supervisor of Student Centers and Programming Services. At Syracuse University Emmons was also an Assistant Residence Director. In 2011 Emmons was nominated for the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service.
Since 1915, the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce has been an active, energetic, growing organization. Today, the chamber has more than 500 members who are working to improve businesses and the quality of life for the entire region. The growth of Oswego County has been top priority within the chamber for more than 85 years and continues the legacy today.
For further information on the chamber, visit www.oswegofultonchamber.com