Vermont Chamber announces six new board members, leadership team

Tom Dunn

The Vermont Chamber of Commerce welcomed six new directors to the board: Alberto Aguilar, president and CEO, Carris Reels; Brendon Blood, co-owner, Blood's Catering & Party Rentals; Walter Frame, executive vice president and director, Trapp Family Lodge; Shireen Hart, shareholder, director and senior vice president, Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer; Kelly Krayewsky, vice president of business strategy, Revision Military; and Leslee MacKenzie, president and owner, Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman.

The board also voted on a new slate of executive committee members. They are Tom Dunn (pictured), president and CEO, Vermont Electric Power Co., chair; Sharon Rossi, CEO, FoodScience, vice chair; Kathy Austin, president and CEO, Community National Bank, treasurer; and Peter McDougall, president and director, Paul Frank + Collins, past chair.

“The Vermont Chamber is unique in that it brings a diversity of businesses together with a shared purpose to work together toward building a stronger Vermont economy,” said Dunn. “The six new team members we welcome today reflect and further strengthen this diversity. They join a board composed of effective business leaders, each with an outstanding record of accomplishment built on a blend of institutional knowledge, innovative thinking and pragmatic leadership.”