West Bloomfield, MI —The Greater West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce will install its new board of officers for 2019 at an installation breakfast on Friday, January 11th at 7:30 a.m. at Notting Hill of West Bloomfield Drake Rd., West Bloomfield. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. with a continental breakfast. Keynote speaker and Judge TBD will install the 2019 slate of board members. Cost is $15 for chamber members and $25 for non-members.
Stacie Zotkovich, Positive Shift is slated to become the Chamber President for the coming year. The executive board is rounded out by Linda Charter, Melaleuca Independent Consultant, as President-Elect, Deb Spencer, of Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital as Immediate Past President, Clara Bohrer of the West Bloomfield Township Library as Treasurer & Finance Chair, and Angela Samuels as Secretary.
Continuing on the general board for another year include community leaders, Pam Dover of Comcast Business Class, Kelly Woodley of Orchard Mall, Shane Pliska of Planterra, Eric Glick of Eric Glick Attorney, Constance O’Malley of Beaumont Health Systems, Tim Farris of Upstream Investment Partners, Shendy Hopkins, Flagstone Bank, Vito Curcuru of Consult Vito, David Barash, Strategic Wealth Partners, Romy Shubitowski of Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, Laura Knebler of Huntington National Bank and Dan Dirkin/ Pam Zajac of West Bloomfield School District.
New board members that will be installed TBD
“Deb was a phenomenal leader, said Executive Director Suzanne Levine. “The board was very fortunate to work with such a dynamic leader. The transition from Deb to Stacie will be flawless and I’m excited for another successful year with Stacie’s energy and vision. We are already in the planning stages to make 2019 s events even more dynamic for our members.”
Founded in 1973, The Greater West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business for the greater West Bloomfield area, including Sylvan Lake, Keego Harbor and Orchard Lake. More than 200 members from throughout Southeast Michigan work to achieve the Chamber’s mission. Members receive numerous benefits from the Chamber, including opportunities for health insurance, leadership development, networking, a weekly newsletter, website visibility, business “matchmaking”, resource groups and informational programs