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Executive Director

As Executive Director for the DeWitt Chamber & Development Company, Angela Rheingans is responsible for the administration of DCDC operations.  Her main priorities include supporting existing businesses, attracting new business investment, growing employment, and creating partnerships that will enhance community growth and quality of life.

Angela earned her degree in Business Administration at Augustana College.  Her career experience includes chamber of commerce membership development, regional and national business development for a marketing and video production company and non-profit fundraising and management.  She is a long standing volunteer for many local and regional community organizations, emphasizing her belief that strong communities are built by individuals.  Angela, her husband and three children live in DeWitt. She enjoys camping with friends and family, running and reading.  

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