• About the Chamber

  • The Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization with over 500 members. The Chamber is the full time community liaison, working with area governments and agencies to support tourism, a healthy business climate and responsible economic growth. Whether you are just starting your business, are large or small; the Chamber is here to be your voice and support the needs of businesses by providing numerous opportunities for your business to grow and succeed.  The two video links below will help you to better understand the character of our community.  

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  • Executive Board

    Andy Griffith Cropped.jpgAndy Griffith

    President

    RE/MAX Properties


    Hubler Photocrop.jpgChristopher Hubler

    1st Vice President

    CIG Insurance Agency


      Karen Dworaczyk

      2nd Vice President 

      INSIGHTOVATION Consulting


      Kristina Stamatis

      Treasurer

      Mengel Metzger Barr CPA


      Lauren Kolb

      Past President

      Genesee Valley Trust

     

  • Board of Directors

      Kari Buch

      United Way

     

    Chris Burns.jpgChris Burns

    The Inn on the Lake

     

    d cheney.jpgDonald Cheney

    Cheney & Blair, LLP



      Jamie Farr

      Canandaigua City School District

     

      Jeff Friend

      Lyons National Bank


     

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    Thompson Health



      Heidi Marcin

      FLCC



      Tim Owens

      Public Employee

     

      Michelle Pedzich

      Canandaigua National Bank & Trust

     

      Salvatore Pitti

      The Pitti Group Wealth  Management

     

      Terry Wolcott

      Constellation Brands

     

  • Staff 

     Ethan Fogg

     Executive Director
     Email
     ext. 206
     

    Elisha Snow 2013 - Copy.jpgElisha Everson, IOM

    Manager, Communications & Events
    Email
    ext. 203
     

      Chris Cole

      Coordinator,
      Membership and
      Operations
      Email
                          ext. 205       

     

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