Welcome to Coosa County
Let's make our community a better place!
Let's make our community a better place!
We are a community-based organization focused on improving Coosa County. The chamber's mission is to: 1) create an environment where existing businesses thrive and expand; 2) attract new businesses and people to the county; and 3) enhance the overall quality of life for our residents.
Are you passionate about Coosa County? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. Contact us at CoosaChamber@gmail.com.
A chamber of commerce is a network, a local organization of businesses whose goal is to further the interests of business.
The Coosa County Chamber of Commerce was established in September 2015 as an Alabama corporation. We are registered with the IRS as a 501(c)(6). We operate based on approved and recorded bylaws, and we are members of the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama (CCAA)
Please make an appointment to visit our new office in the E-911 building on School Street in Rockford!
P.O. BOX 25 Rockford, Alabama 35136
Office is open by appointment only.
Leadership for the Chamber is provided by a Board of Directors. There are nine director positions, seven of which also serves a functional role. The Board of Directors volunteer by dedicating time to help promote Coosa Chamber and its members. There is no paid staff, which helps us keep our overhead costs and member dues to a minimum.
The Chamber Board Members have over sixty years of combined business experience. The team meets monthly and works throughout the year to coordinate events, market the local area, and support local and potential industries in their effort to reach their growth goals.
Lynn Anne Castleberry Is the Executive Director of BridgeWays, a program that teaches young people in grades 5k -12th the interpersonal and soft skills needed to help them with providing respect for themselves and others.
Scott has worked in various capacities in the auto industry and spent 11 years at Hyundai in Montgomery. Currently, he is a Realtor that serves Coosa County. Scott is involved in various organizations in the county to bring in growth and infrastructure. He is the Mayor or Rockford and his wife works at the school. They have a daughter and they believe children are the future.
Kathy Fulmer has served on the chamber board since it was first formed. Currently, she is serving as Treasurer. Kathy works as a Manager of Instructional Design for The Walt Disney Company from her home in Coosa County.
Christa is the lead reporter for The Coosa County News. She covers stories for the entire county and its municipalities. She has been a resident of Coosa County since 2005 and is proud to call Coosa County her home base. She is also an independent consultant for Perfectly Posh, a natural-based line of skincare products for men and women. In both of her jobs she works with the public and engages in community outreach.
Taminko J. Kelley, MBA is the owner & creative director at CoolBird Studios. CoolBird Studios is a business center that provides a variety of services and office space. Taminko is the owner of CoolBird Publishing House & Mink Genius Communication, Video & Design.
Spencer is a retired United States Army senior non-commissioned officer, AT&T employee and business owner. He has a degree in computer networking and electronic technology. He grew up in Coosa County. After 45 years, Spencer and his wife moved back to Coosa, bringing a plethora of experience in personnel and business management and training development. Spencer serves as a supervisor on the Coosa County Soil and Water Conservation District. He is community volunteer with 4H, veterans group and RSVP.
Nieshia Tuck is a native af Coosa County and the Owner of Understand the Process,
Her company provides classes on how to apply and obtain scholarships, recruitment for medical staffing She is also a notary and signing agent. Nieshia serves on the Rockford , AL City Council and volunteers for the Coosa Central girls basketball team.
Latisha Silmon is the owner of SOS, "Save Our Sisters, a nonprofit organization that aims to educate, empower, and evolve women/girls by helping them realize their worth and potential.
Mark Cordell is the Senior Manager of Human Resources of the Alabama Operations at Madix Inc., overseeing the Goodwater and Eclectic plant HR functions in Central Alabama.