Did You Know…?

Meet our Chamber Staff

Debra Arthur, President / CEO

As the now seven month young President/CEO of the Chamber, I’m not new to the Chamber at all. I celebrated five years with our organization just this very month. My path here was a long and varied one but one I am very proud of too. In my spare time, which seems less and less these days, I attempt to quiet my mind; I read, garden, knit & crochet, and take long walks with Ruby, my Yorkie, who incidentally is an office visitor from time to time.

Rita Owens, Chamber Administrator

At the chamber, I handle a little bit of everything! I work mostly behind the scenes, and will find the answer or direct you to the right person for your question. I am a mom of 6, mom-mom of 12, great-mom-mom of 3 and when I am not busy at work at the Chamber I will usually be doing something with one of the many children!

Sherie Binns, Events & Membership Coordinator

As the new Events & Membership Coordinator, you can contact me with questions or inquiries you may have about any of our upcoming events. I look forward to working with our members to plan, coordinate and execute the Chamber’s diverse event portfolio.

For those of you that do not know me, I am a 2016 alum from Johnson & Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island campus. I am one of seven children and an Aunt to 7 nieces and nephews. Outside of work, I enjoy spending my free time with my friends and family

Sophie Paslowsky, Member Care

I share the position of Member Care Intern with Natalya Figueroa. You can reach out to me with any directory questions. I am a senior at Cherry Hill High School West and hope to attend Drexel U. or TCNJ next fall.

Natalya Figueroa, Member Care Intern

As one of the member care interns, I look forward to assisting you with any directory related questions alongside Sophie Paslowsky. I am currently a dual degree student at Rowan College Burlington County studying engineering and American Sign Language. My next objective is to transfer to Rowan College of Engineering in the fall of 2018