The Butler County Chamber of Commerce Executive Board is pleased to announce the addition of a new Executive Director, Jordan Grady,. This position was developed to help the Chamber meet the growing needs of the business community throughout Butler County, further business interests, and expand the business networks of its members. The Chamber has contracted with Alliance for Nonprofit Resources to retain the services of Jordan Grady as a loaned executive. This will enable the Chamber to affordably and efficiently expand its services and reach.

Jordan Grady will serve as Executive Director of the Butler County Chamber of Commerce under the Chamber President, Stan Kosciuszko, and will provide oversight of membership recruitment and retention, along with coordination and expansion of benefit and sponsorship opportunities for members. To increase the online presence and offerings of the Chamber, Grady will be working to develop more social media outreach, enhance communication, and expand the Chamber’s online capabilities. Stan Kosciuszko, President, Butler County Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to new ventures. “Jordan has already been a positive energy on our board of directors, our events and our programs. He has led the Young Professionals to record membership and activities, and it will be exciting for our membership to reap the benefits of his enthusiasm and inventiveness. Engaging Jordan as a loaned Executive will allow both him and our organization to explore our future together.”

A graduate of Slippery Rock University, Grady received his Master of Business Administration in 2016 and was a member of the Men’s Basketball Team. He is a graduate of Leadership Butler County and is the Vice President and Membership Chair of the Butler AM Rotary Club. Jordan is deeply engaged in the Butler County community as a member of the Board of Directors YWCA of Butler, Butler County Youth Leadership Program, and the Butler Cubs Athletic and Social Association. About this opportunity, Grady says, “I am excited to work with Stan Kosciuszko and the Butler County Chamber of Commerce as they launch into the future. Stan has played a pivotal role in my professional development and I am fortunate I get to work with him on a day to day basis. I look forward to interacting with such an accomplished organization with wonderful members.”