324 S. Pioneer Way
Moses Lake, WA 98837
P: (509) 765-7888
F: (866) 535-1246

board of directors

Business and civic leaders from throughout Moses Lake and the surrounding area serve as Officers and Directors of the area’s Chamber of Commerce. They are dedicated to supporting existing member businesses and working toward expanding commercial and retail development in Moses Lake.

Chris Nelson
President

Washington Trust Bank
Term expires 2019
All Committees


dave balcom
President Elect

Moses Lake School Dist.
Term expires 2020
Goverment& Reg.

Annette Lovitt
Secretary/Treasurer

Moses Lake School Dist.
Term expires 2021
VP Budget & Finance

Theresa Sullivan

Samaritan Healthcare
Term expires 2020
VP Tourism & Economic

Dean Martinez

Best Human Resource Inc.
Term expires 2020
Govern & Regional Affairs

tara redwine

Results by Redwine
Term expires 2018
Tourism & Economic

Stela Heuschkel

Chemi-Con Materials Corp
Term expires 2020
tourism & Economic

Tina Wentworth

United Way of Grant County
Term expires 2019

Anne Fisher

Past President
Guild Mortgage
Budget & Finance

Richard Hanover

Port of Moses Lake
Term expires 2018
VP Government & Reg

Jennifer Rosin

Northwest Farm Credit Services
Term Expires 2020
Tourism & Economic

Theresa Sullivan

Samaritan Healthcare
Term expires 2017
VP Tourism & Economic

Sean Jenks

Basin Refrigeration & Heating
Term expires 2019
Govern & Regional Affairs

Denise Lefler

Western Polymer Corporation
Term expires 2020
Tourism & Economic

committees

Our Chamber has five specialized committees. These committees provide a forum for participants to collaborate on important business issues, build a productive network of business-to-business relationships and play a role in the decision-making of our organization. If you are interested in joining one of our committees, please contact any staff member.

These Young Professionals of the Columbia Basin want to create a network of our peers that will foster personal and professional development towards career opportunities. Currently they meet 2nd Wednesday of each month. View

Business leaders meet to address emergency issues affecting our community, our government, our quality of life and our way of doing business.

Members develop business and education partnerships that build a strong, quality, and educated workforce for the benefit of the Moses Lake community economic growth.

Agriculture is the foundation of our community and economic base. We honors those in our community who farm and patronize our businesses.

Members deal with issues that will affect the well being of our business community. This committee works hand-in-hand with area legislators on House and Senate legislative issues.