Greater Hyannis Chamber Announces new President/CEO

Todd Deluca most recently led the Exeter, NH Chamber...
Todd Deluca, new President and CEO of the Greater Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce (Courtesy photo)

After an intense six month process, the Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce has selected Todd Deluca to help grow the Chamber and promote Hyannis and its surrounding villages.

“Todd brings a strong background in tourism and business to the Chamber. In his most recent role as President of the Exeter, NH Chamber of Commerce, he demonstrated the skills we need to ensure growth and provide value to our members while supporting business and tourism.” said Brenna Sullivan, outgoing Board Chair. 

Todd comes to the Chamber with an extensive background in business and a demonstrated commitment to community and civic organizations. While at the helm of the Exeter Chamber of Commerce, Todd greatly enhanced the chamber operations by opening a new visitor and tourism center, created peer groups of business executives, opened a co-working space for entrepreneurs, reduced expenses and implemented an updated infrastructure including a member user interface, web site and data management system. His strong commitment to volunteer and community service will prove a strength during this time. 

“The Board is looking forward to working with Todd and our membership collaboratively to take the Chamber to the next level” says incoming board chair, Bob Cody.

The Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors will work on structuring Todd’s priorities as well as the mission and values of the chamber over the next several months. 

A welcome celebration will be announced by the Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce soon. Todd’s appointment is effective January 22, 2018.


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