The Board of Directors is the governing body of The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama and is responsible for all policy-making decisions of the organization. Members are elected by the general membership and serve staggered three-year terms.

The Executive Committee of the Chamber is comprised of the officers of the organization, as elected annually by the Board of Directors. The Executive Committee oversees the execution of the strategic plan and customary functions of the Chamber, reporting its work monthly to the Board of Directors.

2019 Executive Committee

Kimberly McMurrayChair

Kimberly McMurray


Behavioral Health Facility Consulting, LLC




JamisonMoneyFarmer, PC

Blake MadisonImmediate Past Chair

Blake Madison

Immediate Past Chair

Rosen Harwood, PA

DAVID PASSVice Chair, Airport and Transportation


Vice Chair, Airport and Transportation

The Sealy Companies

ANGELA HAMITERVice Chair, Bicentennial


Vice Chair, Bicentennial

JamisonMoneyFarmer, PC

Matthew FajackVice Chair, Economic Development

Matthew Fajack

Vice Chair, Economic Development

The University of Alabama System

BRAD NEWMANVice Chair, Education and Workforce Development


Vice Chair, Education and Workforce Development

ZF Chassis Systems

JACQUELINE MORGANVice Chair, Leadership and Community Development


Vice Chair, Leadership and Community Development

The University of Alabama

CHRIS GUNTERMembership and Investor Relations


Membership and Investor Relations

Buffalo Rock Company/Pepsi

CARL JAMISONVice Chair, Public Policy and Advocacy


Vice Chair, Public Policy and Advocacy

JamisonMoneyFarmer PC




Regions Bank

JIM PAGEPresident & Chief Executive Officer


President & Chief Executive Officer

Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama

DAVID RAINSLegal Counsel


Legal Counsel

Randall-Reilly, LLC

2019 Board of Directors

Dr. Bill Ashley
Ex-Officio Member
Shelton State Community College

Dr. Stuart Bell
Ex-Officio Member
The University of Alabama

Bobby Bragg
JamisonMoneyFarmer PC

Rick Clementz
Mercedes-Benz US International, Inc.

Michele Coley
AllState Coley Agency

Thomas Dedrick
Raymond James

Russell DuBose
Phifer Incorporated

Mike Ellis
Ellis Architects, Inc.

Matthew Fajack
The University of Alabama

Matt Feller
BFGoodrich Tire Manufacturing

David Gay
Tuscaloosa Veterans Administration

Chris Gunter
Buffalo Rock/Pepsi-Cola

Angela Hamiter
JamisonMoneyFarmer PC

Tim Harrison
J.T. Harrison Construction Co., Inc.

Jonathan Hood
First National Bank of Central Alabama

Carl Jamison
JamisonMoneyFarmer PC

James Leitner
The Radiology Clinic

Blake Madison
Rosen Harwood, PA

Angela Martin
Hunt Refining Company

Scott McClanahan
WHMZ Group at Morgan Stanley

Dean McClure
TTL, Inc.

Kim McMurray
Behavioral Health Facility Consulting, LLC

Wilson Moore
Pritchett-Moore, Inc.

Dr. Jacqueline Morgan
The University of Alabama

Brad Newman
ZF Chassis Systems, LLC

Gary Nichols
McAbee Construction, Inc.

Jim Page
Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama

Tim Parker, III
Parker Towing Company

David Pass
Pass Family, LLC

Gary Phillips
Premier Service Co., Inc.

Hunter Plott
John Plott Co., Inc.

Tripp Powell
Powell Petroleum

Steven Rumsey
Rumsey Properties

Don Staley
Ex-Officio Member
Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports

Sontonia Stephens
Community Service Programs of West Alabama

Curtis Travis
T & T Fine Homes

Dr. Cynthia Warrick
Ex-Officio Member
Stillman College

Elizabeth Winter
Regions Bank

Sandra Wolfe
The Arts & Humanities Council of Tuscaloosa County, Inc.

Bill Wright
Royal Fine Cleaners


We will make decisions that will strategically position the organization and the business community to contribute effectively to a positive entrepreneurial climate and management of a changing market place. The vision of The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama includes the following elements that will guide in the decision-making, programming and planning of the organization.

  • To be the recognized leader and advocate of the business, industrial and professional communities in the development and enhancement of the area's economic and entrepreneurial climate.
  • To be a responsive and sensitive organization, serving our members who represent a wide diversity of personal, professional and civic backgrounds and interests.
  • To be a catalyst for collaborative community initiatives and problem solving efforts to maximize the return on investment of human, financial and civic resources while enhancing the standards of quality in the community.
  • To be a recognized leader in the use of innovative, technology-driven services, information and communications delivery systems.
  • To inspire high standards of business and professional excellence and integrity.
  • To be a catalyst for the utilization and participation of the unique leadership talents and roles of the business community in enhancing the civic infrastructure of Tuscaloosa County.
  • To be a recognized leader and advocate of civic responsibility and business involvement in the community's civic and public agendas and political processes.


The mission of The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama is to provide the leadership, vision and catalyst for the advancement of the economic prosperity, business climate, and quality of life for the entire community.

Mission Objectives

  • To guide in the accomplishment of this mission, five basic objectives have been established as the basis for programming and policy decisions of the organization.
  • Work to overcome barriers to future economic development and a healthy and positive business climate.
  • Improve the area's ability to expand and enhance employment opportunities.
  • Improve the overall quality of life and standard of living for the total community.
  • Work to develop the rich human, natural, technological and man-made resources of the Tuscaloosa County and West Alabama region to further enhance economic opportunities.
  • Provide support services and systems to benefit the members of The Chamber and consistently represent and advocate the best interests of the members of the organization.


We will focus on the needs of our members and customers and find ways to provide programs, services and benefits that are cost-effective, beneficial and convenient.

  • We will deliver programs, services and products that will be evaluated by our members and customers as state of the art and of the highest quality.
  • We will view diversity in gender, culture, ethnicity, professional background and size of firm/organization as strengths to be sought and utilized in The Chamber.

Leadership. We will be visionary and future-oriented in our thinking, decision-making and programming.

Integrity. We will be open, candid and fair; honor our commitments; and adhere to high ethical standards and objectives.

Participation. We will seek broad and active participation of our members in programs and in the governance of the organization.

Relationships. We will build and enhance relationships and public/private partnerships within the organization and community as a core value of membership, learning from and with each other.

Personal Growth. We will provide opportunities through programming and involvement for personal leadership development and citizenship.

Innovation and Creativity. We will approach change and challenges in the market place as an opportunity to encourage an environment for innovation and to foster individual creativity.

Technology. We will foster utilization of new technologies, delivering programs, services and opportunities to educate our members to the practical applications of new technologies.

Jim Page
President and CEO
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