The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry has hired Amy Arnold Martin to serve as associate vice president of environment and energy.
Martin, a graduate of Carson-Newman College, will handle the chamber’s legislative and policy initiatives in those two sectors. Martin comes to the chamber from the Tennessee Valley Authority, where she was responsible for overseeing relationships with public officials in Middle Tennessee, including working with members of the Tennessee General Assembly.
“Amy understands policy and the role business plays in our legislative process and will continue our strong tradition at the chamber of dedicated leadership,” said Chamber President Catherine Glover. “Her deep knowledge and expertise in environmental and energy programs, coupled with her legislative acumen is an asset to the business community in Tennessee.”
Martin has in the past also worked as a policy advisor to the federal co-chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission, where she oversaw the development of rural economic and community development policy initiatives, and as the legislative liaison for the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance.
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