Capital Region Chamber elects new chairman

ALBANY>> The Capital Region Chamber has elected its new chairman for the new year: Kevin McCoy, Managing Director of Marvin and Company.

McCoy, who succeeds president of Northeastern Fine Jewelry Raymond Bleser, has more than 40 years of experience in public accounting with Marvin and Company. A graduate of Siena College with a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting and completed his master of science degree in accounting from the University at Albany. He was also a member of the adjunct faculty at the University at Albany, lecturing in tax, accounting and auditing for more than 10 years.

Additionally, Denise Gonick, president and CEO of MVP Health Care was voted chair-elect.
Gonick began her tenure with MVP Health Care in 1995, Prior to being named CEO in 2012, she served as President of Operations and previously served as executive vice president of administrative services and chief legal officer. She is a graduate of Hofstra University with a bachelor's degree in Creative Studies and earned her juris doctor degree from Albany Law School.
The Capital Region Chamber represents 2,800 businesses and organizations from throughout the Capital Region - Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer and Saratoga Counties and beyond - that employ more than 150,000 area residents. Its mission is to be a unifying force to provide greater influence and opportunities for our members and our Capital Region communities.


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