The Chamber’s 2018/2019 Ambassadors

It’s your first Chamber event, and you’re looking to make connections. You joined the Chamber’s community of business and civic leaders because you wanted to engage your business in civic leadership, but also grow your company. That’s where the Chamber’s Ambassadors come in.

The Chamber’s Ambassadors are a group of committed Chamber members dedicated to promoting a welcoming environment to current and future members. This dedicated group of business leaders aims to increase civic engagement, grow the regional business community, and enhance Chamber membership through meaningful connections.

As a third-party, the Ambassadors provide assistance to new Chamber members with a fresh perspective, acting as an extension of the Chamber’s Member Engagement Team. Sharing their Chamber experiences, these devoted volunteers are a unique resource to Chamber members.

At your next Chamber event, seek out one of our 15 Ambassadors, who are easily identifiable with their lapel pins.

2018/2019 Ambassadors:

Ambassador Chair
Larry Skinner
Conversion Technologies International, Inc.

 

 

Tim Attinger
PSECU

Thad Bench II
Benchworks

Phil Edelstein
BouchezPage

Katie Everett
My City Gives

Paul Ferdas
Lantium

Jeanne Fields
Fulton Bank

Matthew Galati
Green and Spiegel

Kenyatta James
James Grant Design

Alicia Karr
Meyer Design Inc

Andy Levine
Stradley Ronon

Brian Lipstein
Henry A. Davidsen

Roz McPherson
The Roz Group

Ije Nwokomah
OPS Security Group

Brian Parkhill
Museum of the American Revolution

Steve Rosen
Aloysius, Butler & Clark

Haley Schmidt
David Mason

Tyrone Scott
First Up

Ed Seiders
20/20 Visual Media

Matt Sklar
Dynamic Advertising Solutions

Fran Sperling Feldbaum
St. Clair CPA Solutions

Brian Stillman
Monarch Recovery

Louis Stricoff
IMS Technologies

Bernard Wright
BDJ Ventures

For more information or to get connected to one of our Ambassadors, please contact Alanna Benamy.

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