Marriott International’s Apoorva Gandhi Joins Bethesda Chamber Board of Directors

On Tuesday, June 11, the Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 93rd annual installation and awards dinner at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center. As the Chamber’s flagship annual event, members, guests, and elected and appointed officials have the opportunity to welcome the new leadership, thank the out-going, honor businesses in our community, and look forward to the future with an evening of celebration.

Apoorva Gandhi, Marriott International VP of Multicultural Affairs, was nominated and accepted into the 2019-2020 Board of Directors for the Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce. Gandhi joins other prominent leaders in the Bethesda community to lead the organization through the next year of economic and community development.

Since its inception in 1926, the Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce has been recognized and respected for its impressive stature in the community. With its record of extraordinary economic and community development throughout the years, the Chamber has earned its position in the region as the oldest and largest business organization in Montgomery County, now with more than 600 member organizations. With its rich legacy of leadership, the Chamber continues to build an environment that encourages business to grow and prosper within the thriving Bethesda community.

Photo courtesy of The Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce