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The Stoneham Chamber of Commerce is the largest organization dedicated to business in the Town of Stoneham. With over 250 members, the Chamber represents a wide range of businesses, including commercial, civic and individual ventures. The Chamber is led by a volunteer Board of Directors which generally meets on the first Tuesday of each month. The Board wants to hear from you, so feel free to contact any one of our members.
2017-2018 Chamber Board Officers
Chris Senna, President
C & S Capital Properties
Chris is currently the President of the Stoneham Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Stoneham Square Action Plan Advisory Committee. He also serves on the board of directors for the Italian Home for Children.
Marylou Hardy, Vice President
Winchester Hospital/Lahey Health
Marylou is currently the Vice President of the Chamber. She also serves on the Stoneham Substance Abuse Coalition and the Middlesex DA Opiod Task Force. In her role with Lahey Health, she is extensively involved in outreach in working with various organizations, including Mystic Valley Elder Services, Stoneham's Board of Health, Council on Aging, Veterans Day 5K, Boys & Girls Club, Fire, Police and Public Schools.
Christine Murphy, Treasurer
Christine oversees both of Stoneham’s Salem Five bank locations. She is also responsible for personal and business development banking. Christine promotes Salem Five’s community involvement in Stoneham. She is a board member of the Boys & Girls Club of Stoneham and Wakefield, and involved with the local chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).
Rob Brogna, Clerk
Rob is Director of Media Relations and Social Media for Hallmark Health. He has nearly 30 years of marketing and public relations experience for health care organizations. He is a member of the Eastern Middlesex Opioid Task Force and is active in many local community initiatives and health programs.
Chamber Board Members
Tracey Arsena Reed, Director
Redstone Chiropractic Healing Center
Diane Bonanni, Director
Diane Bonanni, DMD Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
Diane is a member of Suburban Successes BNI. Through her practice, she stays active in a number of Stoneham and Wakefield community organizations, including Northeast MetroTech H.S., Wakefield Food Pantry, Boys & Girls Clubs of Stoneham and Wakefield, and Hearthstone Alzheimers Care, Woburn. Diane's practice also provides employment opportunties for young adults with autism.
Jeff Buxton, Director
Jeff is the owner of BIZ-ID, a full service marketing agency. His firm provides both print and web design. BIZ-ID is also provides for website hosting for clients. Jeff is a member of BNI Peabody, and active in a number of community-based non-profit organizations.
Maureen Canova, Director
Stoneham Council on Aging
As Director of the Council on Aging, Maureen is responsible for developing programming, and providing resources, socialization, and education and health programs for seniors in the community. She is also a regional representative for the Mass. Council on Aging, a board member of the Mystic Valley Elder Services, and a member of the Rotary Club of Stoneham.
Denise Ciampa, Director
Denise has worked with Stoneham Ford's Melkonian family since 1999. She leads Stoneham Ford's efforts in its charitable work with the Town of Stoneham and various community organizations. In her free time, Denise enjoys running, barre classes, skiing and family gatherings.
Julianna Curtis, Director
The Energy Barre, LLC
Melissa deFriesse, Director
Greater Boston Stage Company
Melissa executes Greater Boston Stage Company's (formally Stoneham Theater) annual fundraising plan and secures financial support from individual patrons, foundations and corporations. She enjoys being involved in supporting arts and culture in Stoneham and the surrounding communities. She also teaches dance at Miss Louise's School of Dance, Woburn.
Bruce Doyle, Director
Stoneham Smiles has been an active member of the chamber for nine years. Bruce is a member of the Rotary Club of Stoneham. He is active with the Stoneham Substance Abuse Coalition. In his free time, Bruce enjoys playing golf and tennis, and working out.
Anthony Guardia, Director
Boys & Girls Clubs of Stoneham and Wakefield
Anthony has been a fundraising professional for nearly 10 years. Before his work for the Boys & Girls Clubs, he worked at HomeStart and Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Needham.
Andy Hackett, Director
TeamLogicIT of Northeast Massachusetts
Andy enjoys making a difference in the world of IT Support for his clients and employees. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and spending time with his family.
Cynthia Mead, Director
Zoo New England
Kaitlyn Millerick, Director
Millerick Law, LLC
Millerick Law is a private practice focused on working exclusively with parents to ensure that their child has access to a free and appropriate public education in the state of Massachusetts. Kaitlyn Millerick counsels parents on all matters relevant to their child's special education needs, including eligibility disputes, the IEP and Team process, transition issues, out-of-district placements and school discipline matters. Kaitlyn resides in Stoneham with her husband, daughter and two dogs.
Laura Olifiers, Director
RE/MAX Andrew Realty Services
Laura oversees marketing and public relations for RE/MAX Andrew Realty Services which has offices in Stoneham and Medford. She is a member of the Medford Chamber of Commerce, and a Director on the board of Medford's CACHE (Collation for Arts, Culture and A Healthy Economy).
Rhonda Sabbio, Director
Rhonda is the Branch Manager for StonehamBank's flagship Stoneham location and responsible for bank Retail Administration. She is a life-long resident of Middlesex County and has spent her career working with local businesses within the communities in which she has worked.
Mark Samson, Director
Giglio & Samson, Attorneys at Law
There are so many ways for our members to be involved in the Chamber of Commerce. Please contact the Chamber Office to discuss opportunities for you and your business.