Native woman leaves Indian chamber of commerce
Kim Cameron, a member of the Long Plain First Nation in Manitoba, Canada, has stepped down as president of the Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce.

Cameron served as president of the Denver-based organization for five years. She helped promote the American Indian Scholars license plates, which generates money for the chamber's scholarship fund.

A replacement hasn't been named.

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Cameron leaves Rocky Mountain Indian chamber (The Denver Business Journal 7/24)