October 11, 2013

Chamber is weighing who should take the reins

Attorney Tim Furey, who has the dubious pleasure of guiding the effort to hire a new president for the Bristol-based Central Connecticut Chamber of Commerce, said a board committee is going to be wading through about 50 resumes from people interested in taking the helm.
The chamber is looking to replace Mike Nicastro, its energetic former president who left at the end of September to return to the corporate world.
Furey said there is no set timetable for making a decision on the next president. He said there's a lot to consider in making the choice.
Fortunately, Furey said, Nicastro left a strong team in place that can keep the chamber running smoothly while officials consider options for hiring a new president.

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