Howell Public Schools Superintendent Erin MacGregor

Erin MacGregor honored as 2020 Howell Citizen of the Year

The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce hosted their 64th Annual Dinner & Citizen of the Year Celebration in a virtual interactive format this evening.   The Howell Chamber was honored to present 2020’s Citizen of the Year award to Erin MacGregor, Superintendent of Howell Public Schools. The celebration also recognized community leaders and highlighted key Howell Area Chamber of Commerce programs, activities, and accomplishments. The theme for tonight’s event was Community Heroes.

Award recipients also honored this year included Nicole Domitrovich, Young Professional Award; Sandie Cortez, Chamber Spirit Award; Erv Suida, Community Improvement Award; Brent Earl, Game Changer Award; Howell Area Parks & Recreation Authority, Community Collaboration Award; Consumers Energy, Howell Chamber Hall of Famer Award; and Laura Pinozzi, Howell Chamber Ambassador of the Year Award.

The 64th Annual Dinner & Citizen of the Year Presentation was presented by Chamber Champion and Presenting Sponsor Brighton Ford. Other sponsors include St. Joseph Mercy Livingston, Citizens Insurance, First National Bank, and Pepsico, Inc.

The annual dinner celebration began at 5:30 p.m. with a virtual networking and interactive happy hour. The event went live at 6 pm and was followed by a virtual celebratory cheer. The celebratory cheer gave attendees an opportunity to congratulate our award winners.

The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce serves over 650 members within the Livingston County region and beyond.  They create unique opportunities and collaborative alliances for organizations doing business in our region, thereby enhancing the business environment and quality of life in our community. For more  information regarding the Howell area Chamber of Commerce please visit

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