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Nashua Chamber Names New CEO

Published Friday Jan 3, 2020

Kate LuczkoFormer Stay Work Play CEO and Harvey Construction marketing director, Kate Luczko, was named president and CEO of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce. She will replace Tracy Hall who left at the end of 2019.

Luczko says she will focus on creating strategic priorities and enhancing the vision for the chamber as well as act as an ambassador for the businesses and organizations throughout Greater Nashua.

Chamber board chair Betsy Levesque says Luczko’s experience in developing and growing nonprofits, and her network of business leaders from around the state, made her an amazing candidate. “As the Chamber of Commerce for the second-largest city in New Hampshire, with a diverse population and business sector, we have a tremendous opportunity to create a positive future for our chamber members. Kate’s leadership will enable us to maximize the opportunity that businesses in Greater Nashua see moving forward.”

Luczko served as the president and CEO of Stay Work Play NH, an organization focused on young workforce recruitment and retention, for more than seven years.

“I have a great passion for the State of New Hampshire as a whole, but Nashua, in particular, is such a thriving economic center, which is really exciting. It’s an attractive choice for businesses, because of NH’s business friendliness, geographic positioning near the Massachusetts border, and fantastic cultural, recreational, and educational opportunities, including a lively downtown,” says Luczko. “I’m really looking forward to the opportunity to lead the Chamber in efforts to continue to strengthen the quality of life and community vibrancy through a respect for the rich history of the city, but also through capitalizing on opportunities for innovation to help further advance and grow Nashua and the surrounding communities.”

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