Georgia Chamber Announces New Vice President of Communications

Staff Report From Metro Atlanta CEO

Friday, July 24th, 2015

The Georgia Chamber is proud to welcome Keisha N. Hines as Vice President of Communications.  Hines will manage the Chamber’s global communications and strategic messaging functions including public relations, social and digital media, message development, as well as building grassroots support and engagement. Hines will also lead internal and external communications, to promote the organization’s brand, and ensure that all members and key stakeholders understand the value of the Chamber’s work on behalf of the business community.

Hines joins the Georgia Chamber most recently from Zoo Atlanta, where she served as Senior Director of Communications, Strategic Partnerships and Innovation.  In this leadership role, she led the Zoo’s social media, public relations, partnerships and technology-based innovation projects. Ms. Hines’ professional career includes more than 15 years of experience in a variety of fields, including public relations, marketing, high-level crisis management, music, fashion, television and law enforcement. Her diverse background allows her to use innovative public relations tactics to yield proven results and strong industry awareness.

“We are excited to have Keisha heading up all aspects of the Georgia Chamber’s internal and external communications,” said Georgia Chamber president and CEO Chris Clark.  “Her experience building and implementing innovative communications and public relations solutions at the Zoo Atlanta is certain to be an asset in enriching our communications outreach here at the Chamber. We’re thrilled she is such a great addition to our leadership team.”