Chamber Ambassador Program
Salem Chamber Ambassadors serve as a liaison between the Chamber and its members. They continually strive to improve the level of personal customer service Chamber members receive and assist members in fully realizing the benefits of Chamber membership. Through periodic visits and phone calls to new and existing members, Ambassadors help shape the Chamber's next generation of business community leaders. Together, Chamber Staff, the Board of Directors and Chamber Ambassadors work to increase membership involvement, recruitment and retention.
- Ambassador participation is open to all employees of good standing Salem Chamber members (only one employee per business member).
- Ambassadors must be active members of the Salem Chamber for at least one year prior to becoming an ambassador, or have at least one year active involvement with another Chamber.
- Ambassadors must have minimally attended 5 networking events and/or ribbon cuttings prior to becoming an Ambassador.
- Ambassadors are expected to attend Salem Chamber activities such as:
- After Hours
- Coffee Connections
- Ribbon Cuttings
- Annual Dinner
- Holiday Breakfast
Active Salem Chamber Ambassadors
John Andrews, Social Palates, 781-266-8639
John Boris, John A. Boris & Associates, 978-479-3250
Elizabeth Cohen, Body Mind Systems, 781-581-8887
Jason Consalvo, Salem Five Bank, 978-720-5617
Brandi Dion, B&S Fitness, 978-204-8588
Gina Flynn, Eastern Bank, 978-740-6230
Kate Fox, Destination Salem, 978-741-3252
Nancy Furnari, First Ipswich Bank, 978-356-3700
Tina Jordan, Salem Witch Museum, 978-744-1692
Mark Leavitt, Salem Car Wash, 978-745-1067
Barbara Maitland, Maitland Financial Group, 978-594-8828
Dan Martiniello, Century Bank, 978-740-6900
Kendra St. John, Lightshed Photography Studio, 978-854-5348
Flora Tonthat, Northey Street House, 978-397-1582
Interested in becoming an Ambassador? Please fill in the form below or contact Jill Thompson, Salem Chamber Assistant Director, for more information.