Mayor Hemminger Receives Public Private Partnership Award
Mayor Pam Hemminger has been recognized by the Greater Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce for community service that builds bridges between the community’s public and private sectors.
The Public Private Partnership Award was presented to Mayor Hemminger at the Chamber’s Annual Meeting on Friday, Feb. 1. The award was described by 2018 Chamber Board Chair Reagan Greene Pruitt:
“The Chair’s award for Public Private Partnership was created in 2010, by then Chamber board chair Joanne Fiore of AICPA, to recognize an individual whose work and community service builds bridges between the community’s public and private sectors.
This year’s award is presented to an elected official with a clear vision for the future. An accessible collaborator, convener, and relationship builder who shows real leadership in an increasingly fractured time. A champion for small business with commercial development chops, and one of the hardest working elected officials we can remember.
It is the Chamber’s privilege and honor to publicly appreciate the work of this community leader by presenting her with the Chair’s Award for Public Private Partnership. Please join me in congratulating 2018 Chair’s Award for Public Private Partnership, Chapel Hill Mayor Pam Hemminger.”