Posted by: webmaster | October 27, 2015

C.C. Chamber of Business and Industry Endorses Kathi

For Immediate Release
TBD, 2015
Contact: Adam Swope, 610-781-8216

Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry Endorses Kathi Cozzone for Re-Election as Chester County Commissioner

The Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry has endorsed Kathi Cozzone for County Commissioner. Kathi also earned the Chamber endorsement in her successful runs for Commissioner in 2007 and 2011. Kathi has 20 years of experience in the business world at large and small companies in various financial roles prior to her service as Commissioner. Kathi successfully brought her business experience to County government by initiating in her first year an award-winning strategic plan that has helped the County meet programmatic goals while remaining fiscally responsible.

“My thanks go out to the Chester County Chamber for their endorsement,” said Cozzone. “It has been my pleasure as Commissioner to work with our County’s robust business community to grow our economy and build an economically vibrant community. The Chamber and its membership have played an active and important role in Workforce Development in Chester County. The partnership between the County and the Chamber will be essential as the County continues to work to ensure that our citizens have the skills necessary for the jobs that are available and those that will be created here. Now as we look forward to 2025, I am excited to work with the business community again as co-chair of the VISTA 2025 Workforce Development Goal committee, an important part of this public/private partnership on future economic development.”

Kathi Cozzone is in her second term as Chester County Commissioner. She has focused on many issues including environmental protection, public safety and job creation. Kathi lives in Exton, PA with her husband Victor and their son Victor, a student at Lionville Middle School in the Downingtown Area School District.

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