14 Dec Pensacola Beach Chamber Names Meg Peltier as Executive Director
by Katie King |Katie@ewbullock.com
Pensacola Beach Chamber Names Meg Peltier as Executive Director
Pensacola, Fla. (December 14, 2021) – The Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the hiring of Meg Peltier as its new Executive Director and Visitor Information Center Manager.
“Meg has been enriching the Pensacola community in various marketing, business development, communications, and public relations roles for more than two decades, so we’re excited to bring her on board,” said Christine Brewster, Chairman of the Board. “We know Meg will help us grow the Chamber to a new level and, in turn, ensure the Chamber is doing whatever it can to support and promote our members.”
A graduate of the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism, Peltier first came on the scene in Pensacola in 2000 as an on-air radio announcer for My 107.3 and morning show host for Soft Rock 94.1, and has called Pensacola home ever since.
After six years on the airwaves, in 2006 Peltier left radio broadcasting to serve as President and CEO of the Gulf Breeze Area Chamber of Commerce. For five years she was responsible for business and economic development and planning with the City of Gulf Breeze and TEAM Santa Rosa, as well as all aspects of the 500+ member chamber, including organizing and implementing annual events and fundraisers.
In other previous roles, Peltier has worked as the business development director for Premier Island Management Group and helped lead the Pensacola Little Theatre as its executive director. For the past six years, Peltier has been with the Studer Family of Companies in the human resources field.
Peltier will begin her new position at the beach chamber starting January 3, 2022, and is ready to get back into business development and marketing.
“I am so grateful to be embarking on an exciting, new adventure with the Beach Chamber. A heartfelt thank you to the Board of Directors and Chamber members for giving me this opportunity to serve you,” said Peltier. “2022 is going to be a year of endless possibilities and I can’t wait to get started.”
About the Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber is a not-for-profit corporation committed to promoting, advancing and stimulating civic, business, commercial interests and the general welfare on Pensacola Beach.