Natty Davis Assumes Presidency of Liberia Chamber of Commerce
In a recent leadership and governing council election held on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, O. Natty Davis, former chairman of the National Investment Commission (INC), emerged as the new president of the Liberia Chamber of Commerce. The Liberia Chamber of Commerce stands as the foremost business organization in Liberia, dedicated to representing the interests of the private sector with integrity and professionalism.
Mr. Davis, co-founder and senior partner of the Delvin Corporation, expressed his commitment to the mission, vision, and values of the chamber. He emphasized the importance of working collaboratively with the newly elected governing council and dedicated members to enhance the business landscape, foster innovation, and contribute to the economic prosperity of Liberia.
Having previously served as the chairman of the National Investment Commission, minister of state without portfolio, and head of the Liberia Reconstruction and Development Committee (LRDC), Mr. Davis brings a wealth of experience to his new role. Notably, he successfully raised over US$500 million through philanthropy for the health and education sectors while strengthening the capacity of civil society.
Mr. Davis, who has also chaired the inter-ministerial concession committee and consulted businesses in the United States and Eastern and Southern Africa, is poised to play a crucial role in shaping the strategic vision of the chamber.
Outgoing president Cllr. N. Oswald Tweh expressed gratitude to his administration and chamber members for their support during his term. He offered encouragement and support to the incoming leadership, stating, "With the recently approved strategic plan for the growth and development of the chamber, I believe my administration has created a solid foundation upon which the next leadership can build.
I have confidence in the prosperous future of the chamber under the leadership of President-elect Davis."
The Liberia Chamber of Commerce extends appreciation to all candidates who participated in the elections and to all chamber members for their active engagement in the democratic process.
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