Businesses featured this week: Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce, Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association, Southern York County Business Association
Southern York County Business Association elected Michelle Van Pelt of Edward Jones Investments president, Mark Scott of Prudential Financial vice president, Rebecca Carver of the Southern Branch YMCA secretary and Lonny Trovinger of Susquehanna Bank treasurer. Nate Tile of the York Revolution is head of the member directory, Dustin “DJ” Keiser of Express Employment Professionals is member coordinator and John Lewis of Doceo Office Solutions is head of membership growth. Casey Herrmann of PennMar Human Services was named facilities director; Alicia Musser of Benefits of Choice was named facilities committee member; Arline Jennings of York County Economic Alliance was named public relations director; Thomas Jones of York Internet & PC Solutions was named website director; Missy Thomas of Benefits of Choice was named fundraising director; real estate consultant Larry O’Brien was named social director; and Deb Klinedinst of the Southern Branch YMCA was named member-at-large.
Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce named Amy Fisher communications director and special events coordinator. Her responsibilities will include weekly e-newsletters and monthly newsletters; the annual report and membership directory, the website, social media networks and media relations. She was a communications manager with the Arlington Chamber of Commerce in Virginia. She has a BA in communications from Hope College in Holland, Mich.
Swatara Township-based Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania named Dr. Michael J. Consuelos senior vice president of clinical integration. He will promote innovative ways to improve health care delivery. He was vice chairman of the department of pediatrics with Lehigh Valley Health Network and a clinical associate professor with the University of South Florida’s Morsani College of Medicine. He has a medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and an executive MBA from Penn State University.
Harrisburg-based Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association named John Longstreet president and CEO. He was CEO of Quaker Steak & Lube, executive vice president of ClubCorp USA, a senior vice president with Bristol Hotels & Resorts and a vice president with Intercontinental Hotels Group.