About the Chamber

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The Greenville chamber is an active, collaborative, fully-staffed chamber dedicated to ensuring that Greenville, Michigan enjoys a healthy, prosperous, business-friendly environment.

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We accomplish this by focusing on four priorities:
  • Advocating
  • Investing
  • Promoting
  • Educating



  • Our Board

    Our Board of  Directors:

    The Greenville Chamber is guided by a board of directors representing all business sectors in Greenville, Michigan. Understanding the importance of a vibrant Chamber, they make sure that our priorities reflect those of Greenville’s business community.   Click here for a history of the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce Past Chairman of the Board

    Chair: Ted Bush Greenville Tool & Die
    Vice Chair: Mary Cadena- Quad Graphics
    Treasurer: John Gilchrist- Greenville Public Schools
    Past Chair:  John Gilchrist-Greenville Public Schools
    George Bosanic City of Greenville
    Terry Conley- Chemical Bank
    Bob Ferrentino-Montcalm Community College
    Wendy Gladding-Beamer’s Tanning & More
    Mike Knapp- Arrow Swift Printing & Office Supply
    Jeff Marshall- Marshall Funeral Home
    Jill Plate- Spectrum Health United Hospital
    Mitch Taylor- Mersen
  • Meet Our Staff

    Executive Director

    Gae Donovan-Wolfe has experience managing stores for a national clothing store as well as owning a small business with her husband. She has worked at the Chamber since 2006. In addition to overseeing the Chamber Gae also heads up the job-shadow coordination at Greenville High School, connecting our students with the business community.

    Office Administrator

    Casi Antcliff makes sure all of our I’s are dotted and our T’s are crossed.  With an exceptional eye for detail and a knack for organization, she keeps the office running smoothly.

    Events Coordinator

    Lynnelle Wilcox has an energy passion for Greenville that is second to none.  With her super powers of juggling many tasks at once, she makes event planning look easy!

    “Outstanding Chamber of the Year

    The Greenville Chamber is a three time recipient of this designation from the Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals.  Judged independently by Chamber Executives from seven other states, areas reviewed are: governance, fiscal responsibility, advocacy, programming, and membership growth & retention.  The Chamber is proud to have received this award and continues working to deserve such an honor.

  • Memberships & Affiliations

    The  Chamber  of Commerce in Greenville, Michigan  is affiliated with  the following organizations:


    Chamber - About the Chamber - Memberships & Affiliations

  • COGG

    Coalition Of Greater Greenville

    COGG was formed in the early 1990’s with the goal of creating a healthier community.

    There is no application to join, no membership fees, and COGG has no authority whatsoever. Yet COGG is one of the most powerful entities in our community!

    To clarify, COGG is communicating and collaborating as a whole community. We seek input from the ministerial alliance, the City of Greenville, surrounding townships, businesses, schools, our community college, healthcare providers, and citizens at large.  Together, we set and prioritize goals, hold each other accountable, move our vision forward, and shape our future.

    Our efforts and resources are focused rather than divided.  As a result, the school millage, MCC’s millage renewal, fundraising for a new library facility, the hospital’s $17 million expansion, and most recently, the schools “OUR 3” campaign can receive the attention they deserve.

    Here is a summary of Greenville’s vision, created through citizen input:

    1. We will be a progressive community with a small town feel: a friendly & safe place to raise successful children.
    2. We will be a community that fosters lifelong learning and encourages residents, families & visitors to stay & play.
    3. We will be a community that encourages economic development and we will support the investment of local businesses.
    4. We will be a community with a vital downtown that attracts both residents and visitors.
    5. We will be a community that preserves and enhances our natural resources.
    6. We will be a community where healthy lifestyles are promoted.
    7. We will be a cultural community that encourages grassroots arts, culture and entertainment; welcoming outside groups to expand our horizons.

  • Contact Us

    Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce

    210 S. Lafayette St.
    Greenville, Michigan 48838
    Phone:  (616) 754-5697
    Fax:  (616) 754-4710

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