Pictured are the officers of the Central PA Chamber’s Board of Directors for 2023. From left: Will Greiner of Fabtex Inc., 1st vice chair; Ashley Parrish of First Commonwealth Bank – Lewisburg, treasurer; Genie Bausinger of the Milton Regional Sewer Authority, 2nd vice chair; and Skyler Herb of Skyworks Equipment Rental, chair.
MILTON – The Central PA Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors elected its officers for 2023 during its monthly meeting on Thursday, Jan. 12.
Elected as chair was Skyler Herb of Skyworks Equipment Rental, who served as the 1st vice chair last year. New to the executive committee this year, are: Will Greiner of Fabtex, Inc., 1st vice chair; Genie Bausinger of the Milton Regional Sewer Authority, 2nd vice chair; and Ashely Parrish of First Commonwealth Bank – Lewisburg, treasurer.
All officers expressed their gratitude in being elected by their peers, as well as their excitement for the new year.
“I’m grateful to our board of directors to have chosen me as the chairman and look forward to having the opportunity to help lead the Central PA Chamber of Commerce into another great year,” Herb said. “We are seeing a lot of growth in our local economy, and there are lots of opportunities for both businesses and individuals to succeed in 2023.
“Let us know how the Chamber can help!”
Greiner said he looks forward to further supporting “this great team in all of their initiatives to strengthen the region.”
Bausinger, too, is eager to “help continue the growth, strength, and success of the Central PA Chamber in this newly elected position. I think the Central PA Chamber provides so many helpful services to its members, and I look forward to assisting the staff in continuing this mission.”
And, Parrish, who will be working closely with the Chamber’s Budget & Finance Committee, said, “With the ever-changing economy, I feel our board is doing a great job of keeping up with current changes and keeping our members informed. I look forward to how I can be of help to better impact our members and the community in 2023.”
Tea Jay Aikey, the Chamber’s President & CEO, said she is excited to work alongside this new team.
“I am blessed to have already worked with each of them at various levels regarding the Central PA Chamber efforts and am eager to build on those relationships,” she said. “They each are an outstanding representation of servant-minded leadership, and I know they will keep all members in mind in their decision making.”
Aikey also offers her gratitude to the outgoing board officers from 2022, including: Rob Jones of the Milton Historical Society, who served as chair; Chenelle Thomas of ClearView Asset Protection, 2nd vice chair; and Lennea Brown of Heritage Springs Memory Care, treasurer. All three remain on the board as directors this year.
“I can’t say enough about the impact that the outgoing officers had on the Central PA Chamber membership and internal team. We are fortunate enough to have their continued dedication on the board of directors.”
Learn more about the makeup of the Chamber’s board at www.centralpachamber.com/board-of-directors.