The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce has brought on Lori Brandt as Vice President.

The appointment was announced April 12 in a news release to the Lebanon business community.

A Northern Lebanon resident and graduate of HACC and Albright College, Brandt’s new role is not her first with the Chamber. While working in the local senior healthcare industry, Brandt was an active Chamber volunteer for many years, and has served on the Women in Business Committee and the Non-Profit Roundtable. Brandt is also an alumna of the 1997 class of Leadership Lebanon Valley.

In addition to her role with the Chamber, Brandt also serves as a Director for the Community of Lebanon Association as well as a Trustee for Harrisburg Area Community College’s Board.

“Her knowledge of our Chamber, connections to the community, and enthusiasm for helping our business members, made Lori a natural fit for our organization,” said Chamber president Karen Groh in the release.

In her role, Brandt will oversee programs including Leadership Lebanon Valley, Women in Business Committee, and the Non-Profit Roundtable.

“I’m really looking forward to meeting our members and getting to know more about the needs of our business community,” said Brandt in the release.

Brandt can be reached at [email protected].

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