Charlottesville Chamber appoints 3 board members
Chasen, Ivins and Mayberry start three-year terms
The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce appointed three new board members this month, who are starting three-year terms. They are Eric Mayberry of The Daily Progress, Jonathan Chasen of Wells Fargo Advisors and Rebecca Ivins of Hourigan.
Chasen is a private wealth financial adviser who started his career with the former Banc of America Investment Services Inc. (now part of Merrill Lynch) in Orange, and then joined Wachovia Securities in 2008, which now is Wells Fargo Advisors. The Virginia Commonwealth University graduate is a volunteer with Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville/Albemarle and Partner for Mental Health.
Ivins is client solutions manager for Hourigan, the Richmond-based construction company, and she previously was a business development manager at Gilbane Building Co. in Richmond and director of business development for JLL. She is a University of Akron alum.
Mayberry, a Wharton School of Finance and Commerce alumnus from the University of Pennsylvania, is president and director of local sales and marketing at The Daily Progress, having joined owner Lee Enterprises in 2019 as vice president of sales for the Omaha World-Herald in Nebraska. He previously worked in sales for Gatehouse Media’s Illinois group, Digital First Media and the News Journal Media Group in Delaware.
Four outgoing board members completed their service in December 2021, including Peter Caramanis of Royer Caramanis, Brinson White of Blue Ridge Title, Simone Alley of PVCC Educational Foundation and Antonio Rice of Jobs for Virginia Graduates.