As the executive assistant to our President & CEO, Sheena is responsible for all scheduling requests, speaking engagements and travel arrangements for Chris Clark.  Sheena also serves as a liaison to our Executive Committee and Board Members.

Morgan serves as the primary point of contact for economic development and rural programming.  In addition, he works with all local chambers of commerce across Georgia to strengthen their organizations and membership.  Supporting the Georgia Allies, Authentic Georgia, ChamberTomorrow, and the Rural Prosperity Summit are his office passions.

Prior to joining the Georgia Chamber, Chris served as Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and as Deputy Commissioner for the Department of Economic Development.  Before his state service he was the President of the Fayette County Development Authority and CEO of the Hawkinsville-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce. Chris serves on the Board of Directors for Council of State Chambers and sits on the boards of the Georgia Allies and the Georgia Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives. He is also a member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Council of 100 and the Political Affairs Committee. 

Chris and his wife, Tiffany, their son, Christian and their dog Daisy, live in Peachtree City and attend Dogwood Church.  

As the Chief Public Affairs Officer, David Raynor oversees all lobbying activity, public policy development, and political engagement efforts at the Georgia Chamber.  Prior to joining the Chamber, Raynor served as the State Director for the Georgia Chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s largest small business advocacy organization. He also previously served as the Chief of Staff to former State Senate Majority Leaders Tommie Williams and Bill Stephens.  Raynor serves on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Charitable Care Network, the Georgia Department of Revenue’s Industry Partners Advisory Council, and is an alumnus to Leadership Georgia (2012).

David and his wife Lindsay reside in Atlanta.

As the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Stephanie oversees the finance, information technology (IT), facilities/operations, and Human resources (HR) functions. The CFO serves on the leadership team and advises the CEO on matters associated financial strategy and business operations. The CFO leads the financial processes for the Chamber, including short- and long-term financial planning/budgeting, development and implementation of fiscal policies to support the financial health of the Georgia Chamber, and communication of financial information as appropriate throughout the organization. The CFO is maintaining an enterprise-wide view and is responsible for advancing the Chamber’s mission and priorities, through a keen understanding of investor requirements, costs, services, technology, regulations, and fiscal interests.