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  • Board of Directors

  • OFFICERS

    Chair
    Caryl Dlugy  |  Get in Shape 

    Vice Chair
    Collin Procter |  TD Bank

    Treasurer
    Veronica Tamburrini-Caira  |  Enterprise Bank

    Secretary
    Fred Johnson  |  Town Meeting Member

    Past Chair
    Jim Shaw  |  Colonial Times Magazine

    DIRECTORS
    Margaret Anderberg  |  Heartland Payment Systems

    Sona Antonyan  |  Russian School of Math

    Jay Benson|  Takeda

    Cleveland Coats Jr. |  Executive Protection Programs

    Filippo DeMagistris |  il Casale

    Kathy Fields  |  Crafty Yankee

    Pete Lally  | Spectacle Management

    Sherri McCormack   |  Middlesex Community College

    Rebecca Reynolds Moore | InANutshell

    Jim Tarpey  |  Tarpey Insurance

    Brian Yurovich  |  Edward Jones

    Ad Hoc Members
    Glen Kernusky  | Hanscom Air Force Base

    Casey Hagerty   |   Town of Lexington

    STAFF

    Bookkeeper
    Susan DeRosa

    Administrative Assistant
    Taylor Benson

  • Welcome Our New Executive Director: Erin Sandler-Rathe

    It is my pleasure to announce the selection of a new Executive Director!  Please join me in welcoming Erin Sandler-Rathe to the Chamber.  Erin will be leaving her role as President of the Bedford Chamber of Commerce to join us, she has been on the Bedford Board of Directors since 2015. 

    Not only does Erin bring Chamber experience to our role, she has run her own small boutique business.  Erin also works with small businesses and non-profits specializing in social media, web design and branding.  Erin is an instructor at Middlesex presenting courses in entrepreneurship, social media and branding.

    I look forward to "introducing" you to Erin at our next event, (whenever that may be),  I'm sure you will all enjoy working with her!  

    Stay healthy,

    Caryl Dlugy
    Chairperson
    Lexington Chamber of Commerce

    Erin Sandler-Rathe

    Erin Sandler-Rathe has a wide-ranging background in administrative, educational and program manager roles in organizations from Silicon Valley startups to universities. In 2014, she founded a retail boutique called Quinstance, which operated for four years as both a brick-and-mortar and e-commerce store. Since 2018, she has been an independent consultant for small businesses and nonprofits in strategy, social media and design. These roles have given Erin insight and experience working in organizations of all sizes with people at all levels. Additionally, she teaches social media for business at Middlesex Community College and served on the board of the Bedford Chamber of Commerce from 2016-2020, most recently as President.