Mid-Maine Chamber wlecomes new VP of operations

WATERVILLE — Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce 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 High School, Meisner earned a bachelor of science in business management from Thomas College. She also holds a master’s degree in business from Thomas College. She was formerly a community banker for Skowhegan Savings Bank, a position she held for three years. She is also 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 the family businesses, Maine Cedar Hot Tubs and the Skowhegan Wooden Rule.
“I have had the opportunity to observe Brandi’s creativity, tenacity and broad business background through her involvement on the chamber board, various committees, and as someone well known in the local community,” said Mid-Maine Chamber President and CEO Kimberly Lindlof. “Her addition to the staff will allow us to expand our services to our members and grow our membership base. Our team is pleased to welcome her aboard.”