Hamberger named chair of Loudoun Chamber
Hamberger and his brother Eric started Fortessa and built it into an international brand, with sales in Canada, Europe and Asia.
In the past, Hamberger has done work with the Farm-to-Fork Loudoun movement. He's also the past president of the Loudoun County CEO Cabinet and serves on the Loudoun County Government Reform Commission.
He served last year as the vice-chair under Tracy White. Hamberger will now be responsible for overseeing the Chamber's strategic plan.
The chairman's office has a one-year term limit, and the vice-chair from the previous year generally takes over chairman responsibilities.
"He is ideally positioned to succeed. He's an entrepreneur, who knows how to think strategically," said Tony Howard, CEO and president of the Chamber. "In every instance he does a great job at articulating the business case."
Hamberger is also a member of the Marymount University Board of Directors and does extensive work with Loudoun Cares.
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