Message from the Board of Directors

A Message from the 2017 Chair of the Board, Donna Padezan:


Welcome to 2017  and as we start a New Year, thank you for your
membership in and commitment to the Monroeville Area Chamber of  Commerce (MACC).

Throughout its history, MACC has worked to promote a vibrant, regional business community. The chamber continues to work with community partners in the safety, healthcare and educational sectors, our local elected officials and other businesses to ensure Monroeville continues to be a strong and growing community.

Part of our mission at MACC, along with the commitment of our Board and staff, is to keep providing you with opportunities for networking and connections, both within the membership and throughout the region.  We have great events planned for 2017, ranging from events and opportunities for members to promote and showcase businesses and make new business connections through networking, as well as  opportunities for professional development and educational lunch sessions.  You’ll even see some new events and existing chamber events with a creative new twist.

We are sure that you will find the MACC online Membership Driectory to be a valuable resource in finding and making new connections. But more than that, we hope this directory serves as your first choice when you are in need of products or services. Members supporting members strengthens the Chamber and the entire community.

Thank you for your continued support, enthusiasm and commitment to the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce. Let’s build on our successes and continue to make the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce a great organization for business and community.



2017 Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Donna Padezan, 2017 Chair
NPV Productions

Kimberly Rancatore, 2017 Vice Chair
Minuteman Press - North Versailles
Minuteman Press - Shadyside

Jackie Zorzi, Treasurer
Amore Management

David Bernardini
#1 Cochran

Janice Devine
UPMC East & UPMC Health Plan

Richard Ebright
DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh-Monroeville Convention Center

Christian Fyke
Rivertowne Restaurants

Tammy Gary
Ad Specialties of Pittsburgh

Thomas Gerber
Monroeville Mall/CBL

Walt Henry
THE pt GROUP Physical Therapy

Barry Layton
Penn Center East - M & J Wilkow, Ltd.

Charles Martoni, Ph.D.
Community College of Allegheny County – Boyce Campus

Gary Nowading
Retired

Matthew L. Prather, Esq.
Sebring & Associates

M. Barry Prior
Priority Financial Services

Dr. Mark Rubino
Forbes Hospital

Jack Rupp
Breathe Pennsylvania

Tom Tevis
Standard Bank

Christopher Trombetta
First National Bank

Terry Wiechmann
CVS Caremark Specialty Pharmacy

Tim Little
Municipality of Monroeville (ex-officio)

William Short
Gateway School District (ex-officio)


The governance and policy making responsibilities of the Chamber is vested in its elected Board of Directors. The Board controls the Chamber’s property, is responsible for oversight of its finances, appoints its chief executive and directs its overall mission and vision.

The Board of Directors is comprised of at least fifteen (15) elected directors, the immediate past Chairman of the Board, a Chairman of the Board, and a Vice Chairman.