Greater Green Bay Chamber economic development announces additions to board of directors

09/03/2019

Greater Green Bay Chamber economic development
announces additions to board of directors

Green Bay, Wis.­ - (Sept. 9, 2019) - The Greater Green Bay Chamber is pleased to announce the addition of new members to its economic development board of directors including:

Private sector

  • Brad Charapata, vice president commercial banking, BMO Harris Bank
  • Randy Crevier, relationship manager commercial banking, Wells Fargo
  • Ann Franz, director, NEW Manufacturing Alliance
  • Adam Willems, CPA/accountant, Baker Tilly
  • Scott Willert, president, America’s Service Line, LLC

 Educational sector

  • Mathew Dornbush, dean of Cofrin School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
  • Dan Heiser, dean of The Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics, St. Norbert College

 Municipal sector

  • Kim Cookle, treasurer, and Gregg Mleziva, president, Village of Denmark
  • Alex Kaker, administrator, Village of Suamico

 “Welcome to our new board members as they increase their engagement in growing Greater Green Bay,” said Kelly Armstrong, vice president of economic development, Greater Green Bay Chamber. “We would also like to thank our existing board members who give their time and talents to driving the implementation of the Greater Green Bay Economic Development Strategic Plan.”

Learn more about the strategic plan at www.greatergbc.org/economicdevelopmentplan.

Contact: Angelica Buenrostro, marketing/digital marketing manager, 920.593.3402, asuarez@greatergbchamber.org

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