Serbin Named Indy Chamber VP of Membership Sales

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The Indy Chamber has named Steve Serbin vice president of membership sales. He previously held executive sales leadership roles with Culligan International, Aramark, Lee Hecht Harrison and Konica Minolta. Serbin has previously been an active member of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, as well as a board member of Junior Achievement of Chicago. 

He received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from DePaul University.

Serbin leads new member development efforts, helping organizations learn how Chamber membership offers opportunities for relationships, business tools, resources, networking, advertisement, business coaching and mentoring to support their business growth ambitions.

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