Mark Yoder has resigned as president and CEO of the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce, a position he has held since 2012, to accept a position in with GrayHawk Home Care Inc. in Philadelphia, writes Bill Rettew for The Daily Local News.
Friday, June 5 will be Yoder’s last day in office.
“Mark has taken the GWCCC from good to great!” said State Rep. Carolyn Comitta, one of the borough’s former mayors. “He has built business relationships, grown membership, educated and supported businesses through the Great Recession, and now navigating the unprecedented challenges of the Great Pandemic.
“West Chester is a better place to live, work, and raise a family because of Mark’s leadership.”
Dave Fairman will act as the chamber’s interim president.
“I really enjoyed being considered a leader in our community,” said Yoder, 50, a Glen Mills resident. “I love the businesses in downtown West Chester.”
West Chester University president Chris Fiorentino called Yoder an exceptional leader.
“Mark has always put our community and its people first in everything that he has done,” said Fiorentino. “His impact on West Chester is far reaching, and his ability to create effective synergies between and among businesses has been incredible.”
Click here to read more about Mark Yoder in The Daily Local News.
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