The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Nancy Starczyk as the 2019 Chair of the Board of Directors. A leader in the SCV business community, Starczyk has been an active public policy advocate and community volunteer for decades.
Starczyk currently serves as the Regional Chair of the Southland Regional Association of Realtors (SRAR). In addition, Starczyk has served on the Chamber’s Government Affairs Council for nearly 10 years and has been active in various business alliances and organizations throughout her career.
“I am honored to serve as the 2019 Chair of the SCV Chamber Board of Directors and look forward bolstering the Chamber’s advocacy work as we grow the Chamber’s membership,” said Starczyk. “The SCV Chamber is the ‘Voice of Business’ in Santa Clarita and we’re going to expand our advocacy work and business education and connections.”
A realtor for 30 years, Nancy has served several important roles at Southland Regional Association of Realtors. Before becoming the Regional Chair, Nancy previously served as President of SRAR in 2017 and SCV Division in 1998, 1999, 2009 and 2014.
“Nancy Starczyk has been an instrumental part of the Chamber’s leadership and success over the last several years,” stated Troy Hooper, the current Chair of the Board. “Nancy has shown through her business accomplishments, community activism, and political advocacy work that she is ready and able to continue to move the Chamber forward.”
Starczyk becomes Chair of the Board effective January 1, 2019. She will be ceremonially installed at the Chamber’s 96th Annual Awards and Installation Dinner on Friday, January 25, 2019. For information, please visit www.scvchamber.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce:
Founded in 1923, the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce is the leading business advocacy organization in the Santa Clarita Valley representing more than 55,000 member employees and the third largest city in the County of Los Angeles.
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