The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia is pleased to announce our new 2019-2020 Board of Directors and Executive Committee Members.

“I’m pleased to acknowledge the Board of Directors and Executive Committee that will be joining the Chamber,” said Chamber President and CEO, Rob Wonderling. “Each new Board and Executive Committee member exemplifies our region’s diverse, innovative, and prosperous business community. Together, we will work towards making Greater Philadelphia a great place to do good business.”

Congratulations to the new Board of Directors and Executive Committee Members:
Monica Allen, Villanova University
Chetan Bagga, Archetype Solutions Group
Nick Bayer, Saxbys*
Keith Bethel, Aramark
Steven S. Bradley, Bradley & Bradley Associates Inc.
Valerie Camillo, Comcast Spectacor
Elizabeth Dale, Ed.D., Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health
David DeLizza, Pennoni
Geoff Gordon, Live Nation Entertainment
Julie Coker Graham, Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau*
Michael A. Innocenzo, PECO*
Lawrence A. James, Connexus Technology
Joseph Kirk, Wells Fargo
Paul Lemmo, Lockheed Martin
Rodger Levenson, WSFS Bank
Susan Lonergan, Fulton Bank*
Sharmain Matlock-Turner, Urban Affairs Coalition*
Trevor Prichett, Yards Brewing Company
Suzanne Svizeny, OceanFirst Bank
Craig E. White, Philadelphia Gas Works
*Executive Committee Member

The Chamber’s Board of Directors helps to shape our positions on critical issues and influence how we work to improve the business environment in our region. Board members serve in an advisory capacity, providing assistance in the realm of public policy advocacy and member recruitment and retention.

The Executive Committee has ultimate oversight responsibility for the business operations of the Chamber and is responsible for approving the strategic objectives of the Chamber, all major policy decisions with respect to the Chamber’s position on matters of interest to the business community, overseeing the management of Chamber operating and permanent funds, and consideration of all formal affiliations, alliances and mergers.

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The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia is the premier advocate for the business community, working to attract, retain, and grow jobs for companies and residents of the region, and represent over 600,000 employees from thousands of member companies in southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and northern Delaware.