The Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce has 16 active board directors helping guide the organization in supporting its mission. Three new directors came onboard this year and I am pleased to introduce them.
Born and raised in Morgan Hill, Angelia Guglielmo moved to Switzerland out of high school. Being “super young” and homesick she returned and moved to San Luis Obispo to extend her schooling. Ten years later she moved to Florida to attend the Marine Technician Program. She received her certificate and moved to Boston. Guglielmo worked on boats for two years and in restaurants during the winter months which led to a management position at Joe’s American Bar & Grill. When provided with the opportunity to come back to Morgan Hill to join the family business, she jumped at it. “I returned home with a passion to carry out the heritage and legacy of the Guglielmo Winery that started with my grandfather. I have settled into my position in customer relations and sales development,” she said.
Dan Keith is a hometown guy, born and raised in Morgan Hill and San Martin. Most days Keith can be found behind the meat counter at Rocca’s Market, serving people who come from all over South Valley to try his famous smoked salmon and handmade sausage. Summertime will find Keith managing the Friday Night Music Series beer tent, greeting attendees with a warm smile and an ice cold beer. He loves the outdoors and frequently walks the trails of Harvey Bear Ranch Park.
Josh Jachimowicz graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law in 2011. He is the partner in a family-owned law firm, the Jachimowicz Law Group, which specializes in criminal defense, personal injury and all manner of civil litigation. Jachimowicz is passionate about serving the small business community and educational outreach to the youth of our community. His wife, former councilmember Caitlin Robinett Jachimowicz, is also an attorney with the firm. They have two small children and love to spend time exploring Morgan Hill with the kids. “I look forward to providing a unique perspective to the chamber, as a lawyer, father, and small business owner,” he said.
Other directors are: Robert Airoldi (Morgan Hill Life), Matthew Bowen (Real Estate Solutions), Phil Couchee (Recology), Rich Firato (Firato Janitorial), Ken Murray, Fawn Myers (Morgan Hill Unified School District), Dusty Perryman, Ashis Roy (Holiday Inn Express), John Varela (SCV WD), Diana Wood (Wood Motivation), Sunday Minnich (Mushroom Mardi Gras), Mark Phillips (Cochrane Road Self Storage), and Heather Geddes (Morgan Hill Library).
Brittney Sherman is the Member and Community Engagement Director. Reach her at (408) 779-9444 or at [email protected]
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