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Bret Ludlow Named Secretary of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Governors

Please join us in congratulating our Executive Vice President, Bret Ludlow, on being named the Secretary of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce (GLVC) Board of Governors.

Bret was selected by the nominating committee of the Chamber responsible for appointing officers, Executive Committee members, and Board of Governors members. As incoming Secretary, Bret will be joining incoming Chair of the Board of Governors, Tom Groves, of Equinox Benefits Consulting as well as Vice Chair of the Board of Governors, Laurie Hackett, of Air Products as newly appointed officers.

Bret is an active member of the Chamber’s Board of Governors and Executive Committee. His past Chamber involvement includes chairing the Young Professionals Council, serving on the board of the Ambassadors Council, serving as an executive leader to the digital strategies committee, and most recently, spearheading and facilitating a 3-year strategic planning initiative with members of the Executive Committee.

Liquid President, Doug Mancini, shared, “Bret's unwavering dedication to nurturing growth and promoting collaboration within our community is truly exceptional. Over the years, he has invested a significant amount of time and energy into the Chamber of Commerce, tirelessly working to establish the Lehigh Valley as the ultimate destination for both living and working. His passion for this cause is genuinely inspiring. Without a doubt, Bret is the perfect candidate to fulfill this esteemed role.”

In this role, which serves a 2-year term beginning on July 1, 2023, Bret will continue to drive forward the execution of the Chamber's 3-year strategic plan that he helped establish earlier this year.

Bret shared, “The Chamber of Commerce does incredible things for this community, and I am thrilled to be a part of the great work they do. I am grateful for their trust and confidence in me as a leader and for the opportunity to continue to guide the organization forward in new ways.”

Congrats, Bret!