South Tampa Chamber of Commerce announces 2022 Board of Directors

The South Tampa Chamber announced its 2022 Board of Directors.

Rebekah Nault

The board will be led by Rebekah Nault, account manager and community relations representative for PBX-Change. She has been involved with the Chamber since 2015.

Nault also serves as an Honorary Commander for the 6th Air Refueling Wing, at MacDill Air Force Base, is a member of the STEM Committee for Girl Scouts of West Central Florida and is an active volunteer for Metropolitan Ministries and Feeding Tampa Bay.

She was recognized as the South Tampa Chamber’s Member of the Year in 2020.

The full list of the executive committee and board of directors is listed below.

This year the South Tampa Chamber has some big changes planned. It’s relocating its office from Hyde Park to West Bay to Bay Boulevard and will unveil a new logo.

The 2022 Board of Directors will be recognized during the Chamber’s Annual Meeting & Awards Gala on March 3rd, taking place at Peter O. Knight Airport. Tickets are available at

Executive Committee:

  • Chair of the Board – Rebekah Nault
  • Chair-Elect – Debbie Lundberg
  • Immediate Past Chair – Christopher Bentley
  • Treasurer – Kevin Franzese
  • Consulting Attorney – Joseph Martinez
  • President & CEO – Kelly Flannery

Board of Directors:

  • Blake Guthrie
  • Cassandra D’Addio
  • Craig Beckinger
  • Laura Sokolewicz
  • Lennise Germany
  • Shane Smith
  • Sue Chrzan
  • Tanya Cielo
  • Tara Moody

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