• Hyannis Chamber Staff

  • Marty Bruemmel, President/CEO

    Marty has a strong and extensive business background that will serve him well to lead the Chamber. Marty spent 32 years as an entrepreneur as owner of Prestige Valet Parking. In addition, he has worked for a variety of businesses on the Cape in and around tourism, hospitality, and radio.  In addition to his business experience, Marty has volunteered his time to serve on community boards. He is a past board member of the Cape Cod Hospitality Marketing Association, Dennis Chamber of Commerce, and the Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce. He served as the President of Board of Directors for both Leadership Cape Cod and The Cape Cod Community Media Center.  Marty is passionate about helping businesses and looks forward to supporting local businesses along that path to success.
     

  • Ann Marie, Operations Coordinator

    Summer residents for more than thirty years, my family and I moved into a new home during the summer of 2014. Early in my career, I held progressive positions in the corporate human resources field; working predominantly in the Financial Services industry for Boston Financial Data Services, State Street Bank and Trust and The Prudential. Several years in the south followed (Atlanta, GA; Charlotte, NC). Just prior to joining the Chamber last August, I worked in the hospitality industry. Today, I’m happy to call Cape Cod home. I’m enjoying my role as a member of the GHCC.


  • Maureen Harris, Information Specialist

    I was born in Norwich, Connecticut but grew up in Albany, New York.  I attended Catholic School in Albany and Regis College in Weston, MA majoring in Fine Art.  For 24 years I worked at Goodwin Procter in Boston, a major law firm with offices not only all over the US but also Germany, London, and Hong Kong.  I also volunteer at the Cotuit Arts Center and Mashpee Senior Center.


  • Nancy Gold, Information Specialist

    Nancy attended Barnstable public schools and graduated from Barnstable High School in 1969. After a year in Europe, she returned to the Cape and settled into her family run business on Main St, Hyannis for the next 30 years or so. She made visitors feel welcome at her store by suggesting all points of interest that Hyannis and surrounding villages had to offer, as far away as Provincetown.