Staff & Volunteers
At the Hopewell/Prince George Chamber & Visitor Center you will find an experienced, dedicated staff and many enthusiastic and talented volunteers serving the City of Hopewell and Prince George County and it their 59,000 residents.
Becky McDonough is CEO of the Hopewell/Prince George Chamber. Following a career in Specialty Chemical Sales for a Fortune 500 Company Becky joined the Chamber in 1998.
Daniel Jones is our Communications Coordinator. A native of Hopewell, he received his M.A. in history and taught at Richard Bland College and the Appomattox Regional Governor's School before moving abroad to the Czech Republic. After spending three years abroad, he returned to his hometown and is thrilled to find a place working in the community and be a part of the revitalization of Hopewell and Prince George County.
LuAnn Clark is a native of the area and a retired civil servant. She completes the team, assisting in all things administrative and sharing her love of Bluegrass music.
The Chamber is able to provide extraordinary value to the members and the community because of the contributions of the volunteers. Each year over a hundred volunteers come together to work alongside staff and the Board of Directors to execute our strategic plan. Interested in volunteering? Call Becky McDonough at (804) 541 - 2461 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each summer, the H/PG Chamber and Visitor Center offers interns an opportunity to assist with admin, tourism, special events, advertising, promotion, and more. Interns gain real world experience while learning and exploring various career opportunities, and networking with business professionals. All majors welcome.
Our 2021 Summer Intern is Annika Tobe, a native of Richmond and student at Longwood University.
Our 2021 Spring Intern is Madison Koren, a native of Prince George County and student at Richard Bland College.