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Jame' DavisPresident/CEOJame` Davis brings a strong background in economic development, business administration, and public service to the Post Falls Chamber of Commerce. Jamé is involved with a number of local organizations including serving as a commissioner for the Post Falls Urban Renewal Agency and past president and Rotarian of the year for the Rotary Club of Post Falls. Prior to joining the Post Falls Chamber team, she worked as an economic development specialist for Jobs Plus, Inc. Jame` is a Lewis Clark State College Alumni, River City Leadership Academy Alumni, and native Idahoan. She and her family are passionate about improving their community, and helping to provide better opportunities for our future generations. Jame` and her husband, Ryan moved to Post Falls in 2006 with their two children, Emily and Sam.
Deb was born and raised in eastern Washington and spent a lot of time on her grandparents farm near Coeur‘d Alene. After attending school at EWU and University of Wyoming, she settled in Jackson Hole and spent more than 25 years in the travel and tourism industry. Deb is knowledgeable about the Inland Northwest, including Washington, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming and is always happy to share her expertise with travelers.
Prior to accepting the position at the Post Falls Chamber, Jeannette worked for the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation as a Graphic Designer and Administrative Support. She was a freelance Graphic Designer previously. Jeannette holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Management and Communications from Western Oregon University and an Associate’s Degree in Graphic Design from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
Married for 28 years to her husband Jeff, she has two daughters who are in their professional careers and a son who is a sophomore in college.
Annette has lived in the Inland Northwest her entire life and loves being involved in our community. She is happily married to her husband Jordan of 4 years. They live here in Post Falls with their fat cats and enjoy spending time with friends and family, or seeing the newest super hero movie. For the past 12 years Annette has volunteered for CYT as the chair of hair and makeup. You might have seen her work on some shows like Tarzan, Seussical the Musical, Beauty and the Beast and Alice in the Wonderland. She often teaches East Coast Swing to local teens in the area. She is also on part of the founding group of members of Aspire Community Theatre and choreographed their premiere production, Little Shop of Horrors in the Fall of 2016.