After less than four months on the job, Edmonds Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kyle Vixie has resigned.
Vixie cited personal reasons for his resignation, effective at the end of the day April 29, and Chamber Board Chair Jack Loos said the board will be meeting to discuss next steps.
The Chamber Board created the new role of President and CEO this year after the board determined a reorganization of staffing would benefit the chamber.
Vixie came to Edmonds with 13 years of experience in nonprofit and community engagement work, most recently serving as the executive director of the Washington State Medical Group Management Association. He previously was director of events and community partnerships for the Downtown Seattle Association.
The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce was chartered in 1907 and serves more than 500 businesses and professional leaders in Edmonds’ neighborhoods, including the Downtown, Waterfront, Perrinville, Firdale, Westgate, and Highway 99 districts.