Marlborough Chamber President receives award for 25 years of service
Marlborough – Susanne Morreale Leeber, CCE, president and CEO of the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce, recently received an award for 25 years of service in the chamber of commerce industry from the American Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE). She received the award at the Annual International Convention in Louisville, KY.
Mick Fleming, president of ACCE stated: “You'se lived through national crisis, war, economic turbulence, terrorism, political upheaval and technological revolution.? You have survived in a tough business that has proven too much for too many.? You deserve recognition and respect for your longevity, which could only come from impressive dedication, considerable skill, and inspiring tenacity.? On behalf of the board of directors and the staff of ACCE, we congratulate you on 25 years of service.”
Morreale Leeber is certified by the American Chamber of Commerce Executives as a Certified Chamber Executive (CCE). She has served as the President of New England and Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce Executives Association.
She serves as chair of the MetroWest Economic Research Center's Advisory Board at Framingham State University. She is a founding member and vice president of the MetroWest Travel and Tourism Bureau and is the fiduciary agent for the Marlborough Downtown Village Association. She has also served as founding member and treasurer for the board of directors for the 495 Corridor Partnership and United Way of Tri-County.
Morreale Leeber joined the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce in January 1987 as the membership director and was named the first female president and CEO in September 1991 after a three-month period as acting President.