Chanhassen Resident to Take Seat as MN Chamber Board’s Chair
Chanhassen resident Jan Kruchoski will soon take her seat as the leader of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors for the next year.
According to Twin Cities Business (TCB), Kruchoski and the other new officers will officially begin their terms Oct. 8.
“Minnesota’s economy is showing positive signs, but many businesses are still challenged to compete,” Kruchoski reportedly said in a statement. “We will be working hard in 2015 to help Minnesota companies maintain and build their competitive edge.”
Kruchoski is a managing principal at Minneapolis-based CliftonLarsonAllen, which is the state’s largest accounting firm, according to TCB.
The chamber calls itself the state’s largest business advocacy organization, representing 2,300 businesses across Minnesota. Its volunteer board sets public policy priorities for the business community and shares its message at the state capitol, the business magazine reported.
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