PRESS RELEASE: Katie Sensabaugh Named Director of Success School for Bloomington Chamber
Katie Sensabaugh was recently named the Director of the Success School for the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce. As chair of the Chamber’s foundation, she will work with community partners in both the education and business sectors of Monroe County to develop strong relationships with the students, teachers, and employers to positively impact the emerging talent and future workforce of our community.
“I am thrilled to continue my work at the Chamber as the Director of the Success School,” said Sensabaugh. “I look forward to continuing the partnerships between our community’s business professionals and schools to ensure students develop the critical skills needed for their future life success.”
Prior to becoming the Director of the Success School, Sensabaugh served as Membership Services Coordinator at the Chamber. She currently also serves as Chamber staff liaison to the Bloomington Women in Leadership group. Sensabaugh’s previous roles include Program Director at Big Brothers Bigs Sisters of Northwest Ohio, Gemologist and Jewelry Designer for an independent jewelry store, and manager of a retail clothing store. She was recognized for her efforts to develop lasting professional relationships and provide excellent volunteer management and customer service to her clients. Sensabaugh received a bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University and a Certificate in Business Administration from Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington.
Sensabaugh moved to the area from Northwest Ohio and has lived in Bloomington for 5 years. She and her family especially enjoy the foodie scene in Bloomington, hiking the trails, and visiting the dog park.
“Since joining the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, Katie has established herself as a high-value resource to our members,” said Chamber President and CEO Eric Spoonmore. “Her superb program and volunteer management skills are an ideal match for leading the Success School into the future.”
Sensabaugh’s new assignment with the Chamber is effective February 22.
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