URCC President Jack Lank Named President of the Massachusetts Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives
United Regional Chamber of Commerce (URCC) President Jack Lank has been named president of the Massachusetts Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (MACCE).
His term began this month and runs until April 2019. Jack has been a member of MACCE for 13 years.
URCC Board Chair, Ken Abrahams, says, “Jack Lank has been a valuable member of this community as a father, businessman, and community leader.
He is a fantastic choice to lead MACCE and they are lucky to have him. Over the years, Jack has served as a mentor to chamber executives all over the country.
His support of local business is legendary and he truly believes that small and midsize businesses are the backbone of our economy.
We congratulate him on his election as well as offer our support during his term.”
MACCE is a Massachusetts-based organization whose mission is to be an accessible and valuable resource for the chamber professionals serving our state’s communities. MACCE provides a wide range of resources and opportunities to enhance the personal growth and development of our member chamber professionals.
MACCE maintains a partnership with American Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE), the US Chamber of Commerce, and the New England Association of Chamber of Commerce Professionals (NEACCE). MACCE has approximately 70 member organizations throughout the Commonwealth.