Board of Directors

Board of Directors of the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce/CVB.
Kip Etter
President
Brandon Earl
President-Elect
Jeremy Goodrum
Secretary/Treasurer
Stacy Davis
Sumner County Economic Development Commission
Director
Stacy Davis is the Executive Director for the Sumner County Economic Development Commission since August 2015.  Mrs. Davis has brought retail businesses to rural communities, worked with site selectors to relocate manufacturing to Sumner County, assisted with windfarms, and helped retain and expand local manufacturing and industrial businesses. Currently, Mrs. Davis is in pursuing a Master of Economic Development and becoming a Certified Economic Developer (CEcD).  Mrs. Davis believes strongly in the value the Chamber holds for its members. 
 
Lou Ann Potucek
RCB Bank
AVP, Retail Coordinator/Lending Officer
My name is Lou Ann Potucek and I am the Assistant Vice President and Retail Coordinator for RCB Bank branches in Oxford and Wellington.
I am also a lending officer NMLS #1453487 and welcome you to stop in and visit.

RCB Bank purchased CornerBank in July of 2016.  Their central location is located in Claremore OK with over 50 branches in Kansas and Oklahoma.  RCB adopted many of CornerBanks policies and have welcomed us with open arms.  We are very fortunate to work for a dedicated, customer service oriented and community based organization.

We recently have had the pleasure of adding Scott Bannister to RCB Bank in Wellington as our new Agriculture and Commercial loan officer.

My staff and I would like to invite you to stop in and say hello.
 
Derek Harrison
Wellington Golf Club
Director of Golf
Derek Harrison is the Director of Golf at the Wellington Golf Club. Derek is originally from Wellington but moved back in 2009 and returned to the Wellington Golf Club in 2012. Since his time at the Wellington Golf Club, they have expanded their junior golf programs throughout the year which increased youth participants and help start a Wellington Middle School Golf Team. Derek has also expanded the tournament schedule bringing new events to Wellington including the Kansas Junior Amateur Championship after a 40 year absence along with other Kansas Golf Association events. The City of Wellington has also begun investing more into capital improvements which has included a 23-year upgrade of the irrigation control system located on the property.

Derek strongly supports the Chamber and Tourism activities because of the potential economic impact that outside revenue can bring to the community which will only allow Wellington to grow while improving the quality of life for its citizens. The Wellington Golf Club is one of the community's most valuable assets and he hopes that many more will continue to appreciate what it has to offer for many years to come. 
Clint Lawrence