Connecticut Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives appoints president, officers

Published on Tuesday, 19 October 2021 16:12
Written by Dean Wright

@DeanIWright

BRISTOL – The Connecticut Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives appointed Cindy Bombard as its president of the association’s executives for the next two years.

The CACCE appointed officers after a unanimous vote they will be Bombard, of the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce, as president, Yetta Augur of Cheshire Chamber of Commerce as first vice president, P.J. Prunty of Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce as vice president, Adam Ney of CBIA as secretary and treasurer, Lynn Ward of Waterbury Regional Chamber of Commerce as ex-offiicio and Chris DiPentima, president and CEO of CBIA.

"I look forward to working collaboratively with our officers, and CACCE membership to build a strong and vibrant Association which will help us all to strengthen the business communities throughout the State of Connecticut,” said Bombard.

The CACCE seeks to boost development, management and professional growth of its executives. It does this through information exchanges, education, meetings and training as well as serving as an information source regarding matters with chamber of commerce initiatives. The CACCE mission is “Business working together to promote regional prosperity, community vitality and economic growth.”

DiPentima said the state's chambers of commerce is "a critical component of the state's business ecosystem. I congratulate the new board members on their elections. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with business leaders from around the state to rebuild the state's economy, get people back to work, and drive opportunities for all residents."



Posted in The Bristol Press, Bristol on Tuesday, 19 October 2021 16:12. Updated: Tuesday, 19 October 2021 16:15.