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Business leaders in Blythewood have elected five new members to the Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce board of directors for fiscal year 2021–2022.

Newly elected board members are:

Trey Cauthen, business development officer at Founders Federal Credit Union. Cauthen is re-elected following his first three-year term on the board, where he served as secretary the past two years. He holds a bachelor of science degree in sports and entertainment management from the University of South Carolina.

Nyeedra “Teresa” Edwards, co-owner of Blythewood Cigar and Wine. Edwards retired from the U.S. Army after a 28-year career in human resources. She holds a master of business administration degree from Franklin University and a bachelor of arts in business management from the university of Maryland.

Christine Keefer, director of government and community services for Richland County and co-owner of K2K communications. Keefer is a charter member of the board with previous service as a board member, chair of the program and publicity committees and other roles.

Greg Moseley, co-owner and manager of Kornegay & Moseley Funeral Home. Moseley is a charter member of the board and also a member of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce and Blythewood Historical Society.

Stacie Weaver, IT clinical applications manager at Lexington Medical Center. Weaver holds a bachelor of science degree in nursing from the University of South Carolina-Aiken.

The new board members will be installed at the chamber’s next monthly meeting on July 13 at Doko Manor.

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