Salvatore J. “Chip” Rossi, has been elected chairman of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce (DSCC) board of directors, effective at the Annual Meeting on January 11, 2016.
Rossi succeeds Mark Stellini, who will continue to serve on the DSCC board of directors.
“Chip and I have worked together for a number of years at the chamber,” said Mark Stellini, immediate past chair of DSCC. “Considering Chip’s outstanding leadership and involvement in the community, he’s the perfect fit for the role.”
Mr. Rossi is the Consumer and Global Wealth & Investment Management Risk executive at Bank of America, one of the world’s leading financial services companies. Rossi also represents the bank as the Delaware Market President. Rossi graduated from Gettysburg College, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Management. He has been on the DSCC Board of Directors since 2010.
“I’m excited to work with Chip as he takes on this new role,” said Rich Heffron, president of DSCC. “His position in the business community and his vision for the State Chamber will help to further our organization’s goals and become a stronger state.”
The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting an economic climate that strengthens the competitiveness of Delaware businesses and benefits citizens of the state. Founded in 1837 as the Wilmington Board of Trade, the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce has a long history as the largest, most influential business organization in the state.
James DeChene is the Chamber's Senior Vice President of Government Affairs.