The Rome Floyd Chamber announced Tuesday that Jeanne Krueger’s decision to step down from her post as President and CEO. Under Krueger’s leadership since July of 2019, the Chamber membership has grown to over 1,000 members, the first Diversity and Inclusion program has been put into place, and a strategic plan centered around workforce development has been implemented.

Chairperson Cassandra Wheeler of the Rome Floyd Chamber said, “We are excited for Jeanne as she enters this new season of her life. While we will certainly miss her at the Chamber, I can’t say enough about her successes over the past two years. Jeanne is clearly responsible for rebranding the Chamber as she led the organization through a challenging transition and then a pandemic. I sincerely wish her all the best.”

Executive Committee Member Jarrod “JJ” Johnson said. “Five years ago, when I bought Smoothie King in Rome, Georgia. I did not know a soul. Jeanne Krueger was very instrumental in changing that. She has been the steadfast rock of the Chamber and the ultimate cheerleader for small business.”