Marcelle Bélanger, President
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4810 Jean-Talon St. W
Job Burns, Vice President
Busy Day Chefs (Founder)
Job Burns founded Busy Day Chefs with the idea that Families should never be without a well-balanced, delicious home-made meal, even if they don’t have the time to make it for themselves. Over the past five years Job has expanded Busy Day from an in-home meal service to a full service caterer for intimate dinner parties & large events.
In 2011 he received the Frederick R. Dearborn Bursary from the HACC to pursue a Business Degree from the University of New Brunswick. Seeing the value of a local Chamber of Commerce and wanting to give back to the community, Job joined as a Chamber member in 2019. He is passionate about improving the lives of the people around him and hopes that his work will help keep Hampton and the surrounding areas a beautiful place for people to live and grow.
Experienced Trial Lawyer (Family Law, Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Wills and Estates and Property) with 24-hour Bilingual Service Offered 7 days/week. Deputy Clerk of the Court of New Brunswick, designated to perform weddings.
Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce Board Member- 2012- Present Vice Chair of Children’s Wish Foundation of New Brunswick- 2012 -Present Mindcare Boardmember 2012 to present NB Law Society- Active Committee Member, Bar Course Committee Member and Criminal Law Head Instructor Course for English Bar Course 2008 present.
- Admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 2005
- Bachelor of Law from l'Université de Moncton
- 2018 recipient of the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers
- 2018 recipient of the E. Neil McKelvey, Q.C. Pro Bono and Volunteer Service Award
- In 2014 she was inducted into the North American Men's Fastpitch Hall of Fame as the only female Official
- Practices primarily family and criminal law, has done numerous jury trials
- Pled at all levels of Court in New Brunswick including the Court of Appeal
- Associate Professor UNB Law
- Chair of the Children's Wish Foundation of NB
- President of the Hampton Chamber of Commerce
- Vice-Chair of KV Oasis
- President of Hestia House
- Treasurer of the New Brunswick Law Society and Executive Member of the CBA
- First female Vice President of the Saint John Union Club
- Helped build schools with 50 high school students in the Dominican Republic
Lowell Jones, Treasurer
Security Holdings Ltd.
Lowell started in the Life and Group Insurance industry in 1977, and earned his CLU designation in 1986.
He became an Associate of Security Holdings Ltd. in Hampton in 1995. With Security Holdings being the exclusive marketing agent for the Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan for the Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce, Lowell got involved with the local chamber and was soon after asked to sit on the board of directors.
He has always been a strong believer in giving back to the community that he or his family have benefited from (ie. Serving on the executive of the Fredericton LUA (president in 1983), Volunteering as an assistant coach in minor hockey, Scout leader, etc.,) so saying yes to the Board of HACC was a given. After a few years as a board member, he was asked to take on the role and responsibility of being the Treasurer of our Chamber, and has held that position until May 2016.
Lowell is married, with 2 children and 4 grandchildren.
Craig Mills, Director
Craig moved to Canada in 2007 from the UK. Employment experiences include business administration, financial accounting, auditing, and is also a qualified PGA golf professional, currently a member of the Canadian PGA.
Craig has been living in Hampton with his family since 2012, after living in Cobourg, Ontario for 6-years. He has helped his wife establish a new modern Veterinary Hospital. Craig has sat on the Board of Directors since 2013, and currently sits as past president of the Chamber.
Sheryl Moore, Director
Sheryl has sat on the Board of the Chamber since 2009. She has held various positions from president, vice president, to Committee chair(s). Sheryl feels that volunteering time to the Chamber is a great way to give back to the business sector in Hampton, while allowing her to support local businesses and get to know the people of her community.
Professionally, Sheryl has worked in the insurance industry since 1996, getting her license in 1998 and achieving her designation as a Chartered Insurance Professional in 2004. Sheryl started Cardinal Insurance in 2005 and 10 years later was fortunate enough to be able to purchase and amalgamate her father’s brokerage with Cardinal, complimenting the 2 operations together.
In addition to the Chamber, Sheryl is a long-time member and now chair, of the Town of Hampton Economic Development and Tourism Committee along with being Vice Chair of the Town of Hampton PAC committee.
Sheryl and her husband have 2 daughters and are raising their family in Hampton
Andrea Watling, Director
Saint John Regional Foundation
Andrea Watling was born and raised in Hampton and recently returned back to the small town with her husband and daughter. She obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Acadia University and has a background in marketing and communications. She has worked the last 5 years for the Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation as a Philanthropy Specialist. She believes it’s important to support local and to give back to the community that has given her so much!
John Simon, Director
Kefi Travel Club
Mr. Simon is an experienced international business development professional operating in both multinational organizations and entrepreneurial start-up businesses. His work experience covers a wide range of industries including telecommunications, energy, government, logistics, financial services, and resources. His business and technology background has allowed him to build and manage teams in the development of new business, delivering new customer solutions, and defining and implementing new corporate strategies. Currently John is sharing his passion for travel through Kefi Travel Club, a unique organization offering customized personal travel experiences for its members.
Chris White, Director
Town of Hampton
Chris began her career in telecommunications and later moved into the world of freelancing, working with non-profit organizations and entrepreneurs to grow their business. She initially joined the Town of Hampton on a small project... which grew! Today she coordinates economic development and tourism initiatives for the town, working with local businesses and industry partners to develop opportunities in our community. Chris was born and raised in Nova Scotia but made New Brunswick her home 30 years ago. She lives on the Kingston Peninsula with her husband and two sons. Chris is a passionate advocate of all things local and is delighted to share in the important work of the Chamber of Commerce!
Mark Savidant, Director
Alison Street Website & Graphic Design
Mark is a Graphic Designer and owner of Alison Street Website & Graphic Design. His company focuses on small to medium sized businesses with their Advertising and Marketing needs including: Website Design\Maintenance, Social Media Management\Training, Graphic Design for Web, Social Media, Print and Logos.
Mark's Creative Marketing and Branding Services has included Website and Graphic Design projects for a wide range of Clients including small to medium size business owners to Canadian Icons such as Country Singer Carroll Baker and Hockey Hall of Fame Goalie Ken Dryden from the Montreal Canadiens.
Mark has lived in the Hampton Area for over 25 years and has volunteered on many projects over this time. Mark is passionate about helping local business owners succeed which in turn helps our Community Grow and Thrive.
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Luke MacGregor, Director
Luke moved to Hampton from Nova Scotia with his family in 2015. A professional engineer by training and occupation, he started brewing shortly after graduation in 2005 - and several hundred test batches later in 2018 he opened Gridiron Brewing with his wife Heather Avery in their garage. The end goal has always been to open a taproom serving fresh local beers, and in 2021 this was achieved with a new location just down the road from the original brewery on main street.