Liza Normandy to be New CEO at SSF Chamber of Commerce

Vice Mayor Liza Normandy has accepted the position of SSF Chamber of Commerce CEO

South San Francisco, CA  March 4, 2017 

Liza Normandy has announced she has accepted the position of CEO of the South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce as current CEO Maria Martinucci sets to retire later this spring. Normandy is currently the Director of Sales for Greenhills Country Club where she has been employed the past 5 1/2 years. With a total of over 25 years in the hospitality industry Normandy will bring a rich background to the Chamber. She will begin her duties with them effective April 4th.

 

SSF Chamber of Commerce CEO, Marie Marinucci, has announced her plans to retire in the Spring of 2017

 

Martinucci has been at the helm of the Chamber since November 2009. “I love it” she told us “Yet it is time to move on to other activities.” She looks forward to volunteering in her new community outside of the wine country with her husband. “I’ve already contacted the Chamber in that area. I enjoy volunteering with the community, this is just another step.”

 

Everything South City wishes Martinucci the best in her new ventures as we look forward to Normandy’s leadership of our Chamber.

Normandy is currently the Vice-Mayor of South San Francisco and will become the Mayor at the end of the year after serving as a council member since winning the November 2013 election. She had been elected to the South San Francisco Unified School Board in 2006.

4 comments for “Liza Normandy to be New CEO at SSF Chamber of Commerce

  1. Scott Grindy
    March 4, 2017 at 12:36 pm

    A wonderful choice in Liza, and Maria will at the same time be greatly missed, as she was one of the first to.welcome me to South San Francisco when I moved here. They are both great representatives of our wonderful city.

  2. B Ervin
    March 7, 2017 at 3:58 pm

    Isn’t it a conflict of interest that she with be CEO and on the City Council??? Shouldn’t she resign from the city counsel if she wants that job? Tried to find the Chamber Bylaws on line without success.

    • Marcie
      March 30, 2017 at 2:14 pm

      We were thinking the same thing. This happened before when Jim Dotsman was Mayor and CEO of the chamber. There was a LOT of conflict with Oyster Point development and the potential WalMart on East Grand during the early 1990’s.

    • Jackie B
      March 30, 2017 at 3:30 pm

      Once again another conflict of interest! The city should not be involved in the business side. Didn’t the Chamber learn lessons from having a former mayor running the chamber. The City will look after it’s interests over those of the local businesses. If it weren’t for the Downtown Merchants we would have a Walmart on East Grand. By Laws won’t be found online, even Board members don’t know or follow the Bylaws.

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