The chamber has also added two new employees — Elizabeth Morrow, office and projects manager; and Melissa Seavey, member relations coordinator.
Morrow has a background in operations, sales and marketing. She will manage the chamber office and focus on special projects in the area of business resources, education and community outreach. She graduated from Salem State College with a bachelor of arts degree in English and written communication. She lives in Bradford.
Seavey’s role with the chamber focuses on membership, including outreach, recruitment, retention and other member support services. Her background is in marketing, sales and administrative work. Seavey graduated cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in history from Northeastern University. She lives in Bradford.
Amirian said the growth of the chamber staff should send an encouraging message to the membership and community.
“The promotion of our current staff and the addition of two more employees should communicate to our valued members that we are continually looking to improve our services,’’ he said. “Our Chamber is dedicated to providing the educational and programming benefits, advocacy and networking opportunities necessary to build the business community in the Greater Haverhill area. With our expanded staff, we will be able to offer even more to our current and new members.”
In December, the chamber will host a holiday open house to celebrate the promotions and hirings, and welcome the holiday season. More information will be available on the organization’s website.