BRBC looking for new president
The Bridgeport Regional Business Council is on the market for a new president.
The organization announced Thursday it has begun searching for a successor to Mickey Herbert, who has been in the role for less than two years. He took over following the retirement of Paul Timpanelli.
According to a release, the search is in anticipation of Herbert’s expiring two-year term as the BRBC’s president and CEO.
“Mickey has done an amazing job leading the BRBC and beginning its transformation in a time of great change,” said Kate Hampford Donahue, president of Hampford Research, Inc. and chairman of the BRBC board of directors. “We look forward to finding just the right leader to deal with new challenges and take us to the next level.”
The BRBC will begin reviewing applications on April 1 and will continue until May 15.