Tricounty Area Chamber sees change in leadership

Heather Chandler, President, Sealstrip Corporation, is the TriCounty Area Chamber of CommerceŪs new Chairman of the Board.
Chamber President Eileen Dautrich, right, presents Rod Martin, Martin Stone Quarries, left, with the Chairman of the Year Award during the Annual Dinner in May. MartinŪs term as Chairman of the Board ended in June.

The TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerceís (TCACC) voluntary leadership changed at the beginning of the Chamberís 2014-2015 fiscal year on July 1.

Heather Chandler, President, Sealstrip Corporation, is the Chamberís new Chairman of the Board and will serve in that capacity for two years. Rod Martin, owner, Martin Stone Quarries, Inc., served the previous two years and will now serve as the Immediate Past Chairman.

Chandler has served four years on the executive committee of the board, first as Treasurer, and then as Chair-Elect. She has worked in the tri-county area for 28 years and has been with Sealstrip since 1992. In addition to President, she has held various titles at Sealstrip including Executive Vice President, General Manager, Sales Manager and Project Coordinator. She has a bachelorís degree in education, masterís degree in Business Management from Penn State and a Juris Doctor degree from Temple University. Chandler grew up in Boyertown and worked at her parentsí bakery, Annieís Fancy Cakes, from age 8 to 14.

During Martinís leadership, the Chamber had many accomplishments that it is proud of. The Chamber will be releasing its Annual Report highlighting these achievements later this summer.


The Chamber would like to thank Rod for his commitment and time as Chairman, and congratulates Heather on her new leadership role. We look forward to the goals we will accomplish in 2014-2015.