Staff & Board
Dave Moravec serves as President of the Colerain Chamber. Dave's background includes 35 years of business ownership and leadership across multiple companies & industries. He was the chamber of commerce President in Hampshire, IL (outside of Chicago), owned his own printing business and was involved in educational technology for 8 years. Dave has three adult children and two grandchildren in the Washington DC area. You can reach Dave via email: President@ColerainChamber.org or by phone: 513-923-5036.
Debi serves as the Chamber Office Administrator. Debi brings over 35 years of Program Management and Office Administration experience, specializing in Manufacturing/Quality and Corporate Recruiting. She has a keen sense of customer management which will provide members with the best experience possible, while addressing the needs specific to their business. Debi has three adult children and is a resident of Colerain. She enjoys supporting the community and local benefits. You can reach Debi via email: Info@Colerainchamber.org or by phone: 513-923-5036
Board of Directors
Board Vice Chair
Richard D. Porotsky, Jr.
Rick is a partner at the law firm of Dinsmore & Shohl where he serves a variety of business clients in resolving business disputes and handling commercial litigation. Rick served for 8 years on the board of the Western Economic Council, currently serves on the Cincinnati Bar Association Community Service Committee (where he served as past chair), and currently serves on the board of the St. James Fathers Ministry. He coaches youth baseball and soccer, and leads West-Side development for Dan Beard Council of Boy Scouts of America.
Ex Officio Past Chair
Tetra Management Services
David is President and Owner of Tetra Management Services, a provider of Strategic Planning, Leadership Development, and Personal Coaching for small to medium-sized organizations. David has served on the Board of Education at Northwest Local School District, as a YMCA Board Member, a Church Elder at Northwest Community Church, and a volunteer for People Working Cooperatively.
Long, Schaefer & Company
Michael is a partner of Long, Schaefer & Company, Inc. and Long Schaefer Financial Advisors, LLC, which provide tax, accounting and financial services. He volunteers with the Colerain Kiwanis, the Northwest Schools Accounting Advisory Committee, the Northwest Schools Business Advisory Committee, the Western Economic Council, the Nova Caesarea Harmony Lodge #2 F&AM, the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite – Valley of Cincinnati, and the Izaak Walton League of America.
Sibcy Cline Realtors
Kathie is a real estate agent with Sibcy Cline Realtors. She volunteers as secretary for the Colerain Chamber of Commerce and as Chair of the Clippard Branch YMCA Board of Directors. She is past Area Advisor for the Northwest Local School District PTA Presidents and Girl Scout Leader. She also volunteers for Habitat for Humanity and as well as multiple community clean-up days.
Arlington Memorial Garden
Dan is President and CEO of The Arlington Memorial Gardens, a full-service, non-sectarian, non-denominational cemetery. He is also a member of the Arlington Board of Trustees and Board Chair of the Arlington Funeral Home. Dan has held various positions with the Ohio Cemetery Association and has served on Ohio’s cemetery regulatory board.
Emery Federal Credit Union
Troy is a nationally certified Compliance Officer at Emery Federal Credit Union, a federally-insured financial cooperative. He frequently volunteers in the Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University and is active in his local church. Troy also chairs a local financial crimes compliance roundtable of his peers.
Clippard Instrument Laboratory, Inc.
Jennifer is Vice President of Human Resources at Clippard Instrument Laboratory, Inc., a family-owned manufacturer and designer of pneumatic control devices and components based in Colerain Township. She volunteers with the Colerain Kiwanis Club and the Northwest Local Schools. Jennifer, who recently completed her MBA has served as the chamber's past vice-chair, coordinates our Hometown Hero event.
The Alternative Board
Quinn is the President and Owner of The Alternative Board (TAB) Central Cincinnati. He has over twenty years’ experience working across a diverse range of industries. He has held leadership positions in marketing, strategy and business development, sales operations, commercial analytics, manufacturing and plant operations.
Gibbons Insurance Agency of American Family
Doris is the owner of the Gibbons Insurance Agency of American Family, serving insurance needs in Ohio and Indiana. She is the Past President of the Insurance Professionals of Greater Cincinnati, a Chartered Member of the Greater Harrison Chamber of Commerce, where she served on the Board of Directors for 5 years, on the leadership team of New Hope church, a Girl Scout Alumna who is a Charter Member of the Leadership Circle along with being a Lifetime member of this organization, and a regular volunteer at Mathew 25 Ministries.
White Oak Garden Center
Evan is CFO of White Oak Gardens, a retail garden center and landscape company located in Colerain. He serves as treasurer for the Midwest Landscape Network and is a member of the Cincinnati Flower Growers Association. He has volunteered on the Selection Committee of Paint the Town and been a mentor at the Boys & Girls Club.
Advisory Board Members
Geoff Milz is a navigator and community builder trained in urban planning and economic development. He is passionate about the development and execution of innovative policies and projects that make places better for people. Driven by a desire to forge new pathways in the provision of service by local government he aspires to serve as thought leader, innovator and passionate cheerleader for creating and maintaining special places. He currently serves as the Township Administrator for Colerain Township.
Northwest Local School District
Lyndsey is currently the Public Relations Supervisor for Northwest Local Schools where she manages the internal and external communication for the school district. She works to build relationships and formulates communication strategies to keep various stakeholders informed through district mailings, publications, the district’s website and mobile app, social media channels, email and text notifications, and through the publications on various media outlets.