Board of Directors

The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is comprised of a 22-person group of local business leaders. Board members serve three-year terms and represent a diversified group of professions from various business sectors.

 

2020-2021 Executive Committee


Chair
Karen Stromme
UMD Athletics

Chair Elect
Daniel Fanning
Lake Superior College
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Past Chair
Matt Baumgartner
Grandma’s Restaurant Company
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Treasurer
Steve Glonchak
Members Cooperative Credit Union

Vice Chair At Large
Dan Markham
Kraus Anderson Construction Company

Vice Chair at Large
Debbie Welle-Powell
Essentia Health

Vice Chair Events
Rick Lubbers
Duluth News Tribune

Vice Chair Fuse & Leadership Duluth
Chiamaka Enemuoh

Lifestone Health Care, Inc.
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Vice Chair, Policy 
Aaron Kelly
LHB, Inc.
 
President& CEO
David Ross

 


2020-2021 Board of Directors


Jeff Anderson
Boat Club and Vanilla Bean Restaurants
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Renee Appel Mattson
Trinity Creek Consulting
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Matt Baumgartner
Grandma’s Restaurant Company
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Jon Birkeland
Bell Bank

Michael Boeselager

St. Luke’s

Sara Cole

Duluth Area Family YMCA

Chiamaka Enemuoh

Lifestone Health Care, Inc.

Daniel Fanning
Lake Superior Colleg

Steve Glonchak

Members Cooperative Credit Union
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Kelsey Johnson

Iron Mining Association of Minnesota
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Nicole Johnson

Minnesota Power – An ALLETE Company

Aaron Kelly

LHB, Inc.

Jill Keppers
Duluth Housing & Redevelopment Authority

Rick Lubbers
Duluth News Tribune

Dan Markham

Kraus Anderson Construction Company

Dr. Barbara McDonald

The College of St. Scholastica

Patra Sevastiades

Duluth Library Foundation

Karen Stromme
UMD Athletics

Debbie Welle-Powell
Essentia Health

Shawn Wellnitz
Entrepreneur Fund

Lisa Wilson
Enbridge

 

 

The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce serves as the premier advocate for commerce and industry. Through facilitating interaction among business, government, education, labor, and the greater community, the Chamber actively creates innovative opportunities for business to advance within local and global economies. The Chamber encourages fairness in the political process by serving to help educate our members rather than endorsing or supporting political parties or affiliations.