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“I took this job to find my place in a new community,” Debbie Gill said of her tenure as Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce member services coordinator.After almost three years in the highly visible position in the front office in Central Park Square, Gill is leaving the chamber to take on a new role as board coordinator for the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board.Now that she has found her place, and gotten to know people from all walks of life through the chamber’s programs, she will focus in on an area that has always been close to her heart, that of working with young people.Gill and husband John moved to Los Alamos from Miamisburg, Ohio, where she had served a 10-month stint as executive director of the Chamber of Commerce there. Miamisburg is home to the Department of Energy’s Mound Facility, so Gill brought with her the experience working in an energy community.Prior to that, she founded and ran a nonprofit organization geared toward helping youth take on a role in society.The nonprofit grew out of a home business she started when her two children were young, and she wanted them to experience meeting a wide range of people.The business was an after-school program “where we discovered things together,” Gill said. “We built things like water wheels and conveyor belts, and we figured things out.
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