Amanda Yoder has been promoted to Director of Administration for the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
In that role, Yoder will be responsible for coordinating and executing the day to day administrative operations of the Missouri Chamber. Yoder will supervise the administrative support staff and will oversee training and manage workflow. In addition, she will oversee facilities and systems management of the association, which employs 15 in its offices in Jefferson City, and two additional satellite staff members.
Yoder will retain her responsibilities as the executive assistant to the president and governmental affairs department. In that role, Yoder provides administrative and communication support to the Missouri Chamber’s strong advocacy team.
Yoder has served as the executive assistant to the president and governmental affairs department for several years. She began her career with the Missouri Chamber as a part-time administrative assistant in Missouri Legislative Services, an auxiliary service that provides real-time, online reporting of all legislative actions at the Missouri Capitol.
She resides in Holts Summit with her husband Stuart, and daughters Taylor and Brooklin.
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry (www.mochamber.com) was founded in 1923 and is the largest business organization in Missouri, representing almost 3,000 employers, providing more than 425,000 jobs for Missourians.