"All business sectors are represented on the board and include public, private and non-profit organizations." - Rick Weldon, President & CEO, Frederick County Chamber of Commerce
FREDERICK, Md. (PRWEB) December 13, 2022
Bradly Hoffman, partner at DeLeon & Stang, CPAs & Advisors has been named Board Chair. In his role, Hoffman will work with members of the executive committee, board and Chamber staff to develop and strategize future initiatives and priorities for the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce. Additional members of the Executive Committee include Vice Chair, Dwayne Myers, Dynamic Automotive; Immediate Past Chair, Don Schilling, Frederick Health; Treasurer, Jennifer Milas, McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond; Steve Heine, Woodsboro Bank; and Danny Severn, St. John’s Properties.
Board members include Brian Gaudet, Battelle National Biodefense Institute; Eric Johnson, Audio-Video Group; Helen Propheter, Hood College; Jon-Mikel Bailey, Wellspring Digital; Mark Blacksten, M&T Bank; Philip Brown, Phoenix Mecano North America; Sarah Hurwitz Robey, Colonial Jewelers; Jarad Bowens, Benefactor Events; Cheryl Cioffi, Frederick Health; Ashleigh Kiggans, MacRo Ltd.; Kevin Moore, Timothy J. Moore, Sr. Insurance & Financial Services; and Tony Brusco, South Mountain Creamery.
Non Voting board members include Lanie Condor, Postern, Generation Connect Committee; Jeff Griffin, DCM Bioservices, Leadership Frederick County Council; Adam Kreisher, M&T Bank, Chamber Ambassadors; Melissa Muntz, SHIP of Frederick County, Frederick Nonprofit Alliance; Michelle Nusum-Smith, The Word Woman LLC, Business Equity Coalition; Amber Smith, Frederick Lifestyle Magazine, Women in Business Committee.
“As a member focused nonprofit organization, we rely on volunteers to make our work possible. Our Board of Directors are some of the most dedicated and knowledgeable members of the Chamber," said Rick Weldon, President & CEO. “All business sectors are represented on the board and include public, private and non-profit organizations. Through their shared commitments, we are able to stay true to our mission of creating value for our members through leadership, education, advocacy and networking, and to move the business community forward by promoting shared interests.“
The Frederick County Chamber of Commerce serves as the voice of business and provides strategic leadership and engagement in building the future of business and the community through information, collaboration, advocacy and services on behalf of the employers in our community.