The committee advised the U.S. Chamber’s board of directors, enhances lobbying and other work, recommends programming and more.
“The CCC100 has a longstanding reputation as one of the most prestigious appointments in the chamber community,” Sara Armstrong, vice president and managing director, political affairs and federation relations, U.S. Chamber, said in a prepared statement. “These new members reflect our continued dedication to naming diverse, high-profile leaders to serve on this important committee.”
African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey leader John Harmon was named to the Committee of 100 last year.
In addition to Bracken, eight other executives from around the country were named the committee Monday.