Amory Marple is a native of Hanford California and is passionate about serving her community. She comes with over 20 years experience in exceptional customer service . Her background is in event planning, after obtaining her Bachelor's Degree in Fine Art studying at the Art Institute of Atlanta. In 2015 she began working with the County of Kings as their Office Supervisor for the Human Services Agency and enjoyed developing the professionalism of entry positions and office support staff. All the while she was highly involved with the well known Soroptimist organization and served on their board in capacity of Social Media Chair, Secretary, Vice President, President, Advisor, and Region capacity as Secretary. Her greatest achievement during her presidency was developing the Dream It Be It Program that incorporates working with the younger female youth and discussing many relatable and difficult issues of today's time. Seven years later the program has grown and now partners with Earl F Johnson High School and Hanford West High School.
Amory is a consistent leader with high ethical standards who encourages the voice of others while fostering personal development. She insures efficiency due to her experience assimilated with organized managerial strategies. She is ambitious and excited to serve her community through the Chamber and is dedicated to our mission of encouraging and promoting balanced business for the benefit of our community.
Experience and Recognition
Gabrielle Fisher is our newest Administrative Assistant for the Hanford Chamber and brings with her many talents and experience in nonprofit work, knowledge of Business Marketing, and excellent customer service.
Gabrielle relocated from San Antonio Texas to the Central Valley in 2017 with her Active-Duty spouse. She started working at a young age assisting in her family’s printing business “Chile Media.” Upon graduating from her local Texas High School in 2015, she was entered into a schoolwork program to assist the family business.
Following Gabrielle’s move to the Central Valley, she began employment at First Command Financial Services. While employed she was recognized with the District Marketing Award for organizing numerous events in the local community. Gabrielle was named a company liaison to NAS Lemoore and helped strengthen relationships with multiple organizations aboard NAS Lemoore. She was also honored with a Community Service Award for partnering with Lemoore Parks and Recreation to put together multiple park clean-ups.
Gabrielle has been a long-time advocate for domestic violence in her support of the #JusticeForErin movement in San Antonio, Texas. She is continuing her involvement locally through her membership with Soroptimist International of Hanford.
Gabrielle is a driven woman dedicated to promoting economic growth within our community, while maintaining its historical preservation. Through the Chamber’s mission of encouraging and promoting balanced businesses for the benefit of our community, she is excited to pursue her passion and we are grateful to have her on our team!
President of the Board
Jay Rubalcava, Peoples Funeral Chapel
Vice-President of the Board
Amy McMahon, Central Valley Regional Center
Gabriela Rodriguez, Kings Partnership for Prevention
John Umscheid, The Law Offices of John Umscheid
Kristine Lee, Kings County Assessor
Carole Farris, Hanford Soup Kitchen
Cecilia Gonzales, CVM Tax & Notary Services
Dolores Santos, Windgate Apartment Homes
Randy Mauge, Oh So Clean Carwash
Debbie Williams, Mechanics Bank,
Michelle Brown, Main Street Hanford
Jack Schwartz, Carnegie Museum of Kings County