Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber CEO to retire at end of 2020

By Emily Bader
Princeton | Jun 16, 2020 at 11:19 am

The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber announced on Monday that it’s CEO and president, Peter Crowley, will retire, effective Dec. 31. Crowley has served in this role since January 2008.

During his tenure at the organization, Crowley helped increased the chamber’s reach to 12,000 contacts and 1,600 members. He also introduced new programming and events for members to network and grow their businesses. In 2018, he was part of the team that merged the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce with the MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce.

“Peter has dedicated the last twelve years to this Chamber and the greater Mercer County business community. He has built valuable partnerships and initiatives that will serve our region for many years to come,” Brenda Ross-Dulan, chair of the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber, said.

Ross-Dulan said in the coming weeks, the board will begin a search for a replacement.

“One of the greatest rewards of my career has been serving as CEO of the Chamber,” Crowley said. “It is such a pleasure to represent our clients, who fuel our economy and create jobs. And despite the unprecedented times in which we find ourselves, the financial strength, quality of programming, and commitment and excellence of our staff, the PMRC is well positioned for continued success.”

Prior to this role, Crawley was the founding president and CEO of The Bank of Princeton.

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | @emilybader