Chamber Hires Communications Manager

Chamber News

The Chamber has announced the addition of Stephanie Juarez-Ventura as its communications manager, a newly created position.

Juarez-Ventura is responsible for the internal and external communication of the Chamber and its affiliates. She will work closely with the Director of Marketing and Communications to generate and maintain the Chamber’s print and digital published content through social media, e-newsletters, and Momentum, the Chamber’s monthly news magazine.

Juarez-Ventura joined the marketing and communications team at the Chamber in January as an intern where she assisted in the marketing and communication efforts for the Women’s Network 2.0 Luncheon, the International Women’s Day Lunch featuring Athena, and other events. Her responsibilities also included finding best practices for e-newsletters, writing press releases, and other duties and tasks as assigned. Amidst the global pandemic, Juarez-Ventura contributed to the communication efforts by creating written content and graphics to be used in social media, e-newsletters, and Momentum.

Originally from Washington State, Juarez-Ventura is a recent graduate of Marywood University, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts, double majoring in graphic design and advertising and public relations.