Holly will be responsible for our new membership, retention, and growth, along with fostering positive relations with merchants, businesses, residents and local, county and state governmental agencies. Additionally, she will be coordinating and executing all Grand Openings and New Business/Member Ribbon Cuttings. Finally, she will be charged with the planning, promotion, and implementation of our annual events and business programming that develops volunteer leaders and enhances our community’s quality of life.
From the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce
We are excited to officially announce that Holly Jordan Condrey has joined our team as the new Business Development and Membership Director for the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. She began her employment on Tuesday, May 29th, 2018.
Please welcome her to the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce and offer her your best wishes, as she takes on this new important role for our organization! Holly can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and at our office at (407) 886-1441.
As a fifth-generation Apopkan, Holly proudly shares her deep family roots within the community and a tremendous passion for “all things Apopka.” Her ties to the Ustler family, settling here over 100 years ago, are credited for the introduction of the fern industry to the Indoor Foliage Capital of the World. Upon graduation from Apopka High School, Holly received her Associate of Arts Degree from Valencia College and went on to the University of Central Florida to study Business Management. Additionally, while she was at UCF she worked as a part-time assistant at the Apopka Area Chamber (How awesome is that!).
Over the past seven years, Holly has worked in the Marketing and Sales divisions of Ellucian, Inc., an international software company serving the technology needs of higher education. While there, her primary focus was on business development and marketing lead generation, as well as supporting the sales teams in enhancing their pipeline revenue. Prior to this role, Holly worked in project management and other distribution operations support for over a decade at Progress Energy (now Duke Energy) and as the Executive Assistant at the former Apopka branch of the Bank of Central Florida.
Holly remains very involved at Apopka High school and is dedicated to the sports programs, alumni and fundraising. Additionally, Holly is an advocate for children’s healthcare and as such, serves on the Family Advisory Council at Florida Hospital for Children, Orlando, and was recently named Chairman of the council. Holly is married to husband, Jack Condrey, and has two children, Victoria Burgett and Blake Burgett.