Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, located in Waterville, has named Brandi Meisner as its new vice president of operations. This is a new position for the Chamber, with plans for Meisner to focus on member growth and retention, marketing, social media and website development.
A graduate of Skowhegan Area High School, Brandi went on to study locally at Thomas College, earning her Bachelor of Science in Business Management. She also holds a master’s degree in business from Thomas College. Brandi formerly served as Community Banker for Skowhegan Savings Bank, a position she held for three years.
Brandi serves as vice-president of Main Street Skowhegan’s board of directors and is a member of its Community Engagement committee.
Meisner lives in Skowhegan with her husband and daughter where they help operate family businesses, Maine Cedar Hot Tubs and the Skowhegan Wooden Rule.
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