Waters exiting as Pewaukee chamber president
Spent 5 years leading organization

By Katherine Michalets - Freeman Staff

Feb. 2, 2018

Nancy Waters
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PEWAUKEE The Pewaukee Chamber of Commerce is searching for a new president after Nancy Waters announced she will be leaving the role earlier this week.

Waters has been chamber president for five years. She said she has decided to move back to Texas to be near to her parents who are in their 80s, but first wants to spend two years teaching English in China.

I have had a wonderful and full five years serving as your Pewaukee Chamber of Commerce president and it has been my favorite job because of the opportunity to work alongside all of you amazing individuals, entrepreneurs, and community and business leaders, she said in a statement.

In her message, Waters wrote that in the past year she has completed an advanced certification to teach English as a second language and is pursuing opportunities to teach in China for two years. I am so very proud of the Pewaukee Chamber of Commerce. It has truly been a labor of love (and a lot of long, long hours of work). But new leadership provides a new opportunity for even greater growth, innovation and partnerships and I know you will support him/her as you have supported me these last five years. Embrace the change; change is good, she wrote.

People interested in the position can send resumes to Chamber Board Chair Lisa Oman at loman@johnsonbank.com.