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  • Our Team

     

  • Board of Directors

  • Our board is made up of prominent local business owners and community leaders committed to improving the economy in the North Quabbin region. Our board members represent a wide diversity across the spectrum of business leadership including small business, retail, healthcare, professional services, tourism and non-profit action groups. With longstanding ties to the region, all of our board members are thoroughly invested in its success – now and for the future.

  • Officers

  • Kimberly Stewart

    Director of Planning • Kessler Investments
    President

     

  • Sara Lyman

    Realtor/Owner • Hometown Realtors
    Past President

     

  • Tabitha Fournier

    Community Banking Officer • Athol Savings Bank
    President Elect

     

  • Carol Courville

    Executive Director • Athol-Orange Community Television
    Clerk

     

  • Lisa Carey

    Lisa Carey, CPA
    Treasurer

     

  • Directors

  • Chris Milusich

    Co-Owner • Stan’s Liquor Mart

     

  • Kelly Chaisson

    Branch Manager • TD Bank Athol

     

  • Amy Sanden

    Executive Administrative Assistant and E-Commerce Manager • Pete’s Tire Barns

     

  • Deni Ellis

    Owner • Clamber Hill Inn & Restaurant

     

  • Zach Rand

    Partner • Kimball-Cooke Insurance

     

  • Tristan Bedinger

    Business Developer • Movement Mortgage

     

  • Marc Ostberg

    Branch Manager • Hometown Bank

     

  • Nicholas R Kimball

    Attorney • Kimball Law Office

     

  • Jennifer Prouty

    Branch Manager • Workers’ Credit Union

     

  • Cindy Hartwell

    Owner • LP Athol Corporation

     


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  • Our Staff


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  • Join the Ambassadors

  • The Chamber and Visitors Bureau is looking to increase its Ambassador Program.

    For more information, or to join our Ambassadors Program, call the Chamber at 978-249-3849 or email us at: info@northquabbinchamber.com

     

  • What is a Chamber of Commerce Ambassador?

    Ambassadors are a very important part of the Chamber, and are selected on the basis of the individual’s interest, dependability, integrity, energy, and communication skills. The job as an Ambassador is to utilize those skills and provide a communication link between our membership and the Chamber, and our community and the Chamber. As an Ambassador, your role includes mentoring new Chamber members, promoting membership, encouraging participation in Chamber functions, greeting members at events, and performing other goodwill projects of the Chamber. The Chamber’s credibility is closely linked to your credibility as an Ambassador. It is very important that your carry out your Ambassador responsibilities in a professional manner. While attending functions and calling on members, you will develop a long and varied list of contacts and information that will prove helpful as you do business in our community.

    Essentially, our ambassadors are responsible for making calls and/or visits (depending on each ambassadors preference) to touch base with our membership. Each month, you will be reaching out to roughly 10 Chamber members to notify them of upcoming events and personally invite them as well as provide a conduit for feedback for the Chamber.

     

  • Current Ambassadors

  • Tabitha Fournier

    Community Banking Officer • Athol Savings Bank

     

  • Myra Macleod

    Musician • Myra Macleod Music

     

  • Marcia Berkall

    Artist • Marcia Berkall Art

     

  • Jean Rubin

    Agent • Hometown Realtors

     

  • Linda Lee

    Agent • Hometown Realtors

     

  • Angela Paul

    Loan Officer • Workers’ Credit Union

     

  • Kellie Ballard

    Agent • Hometown Realtors

     


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  • Intern or Volunteer

  • The Chamber always has positions open for qualified interns in a variety of fields.  Marketing, Media Management, IT and Event Production are just a few examples. Interning with us not only provides valuable workplace skills but is college credit accepted where applicable.

    Volunteers are an integral part of any regional community based organization and the Chamber is no exception. We are always looking for community minded individuals to lend a hand helping us to build a better place to live, work and do business. Our volunteer groups include the Events Committee and Welcoming Committee.

    To intern or volunteer with the Chamber, call us at 978.249.3849 or email us.