Saturday, March 30, 2013
This week’s BOX TALK RADIO is very different from any I have done before. The entire show was recorded live from the Maine Chamber of Commerce Washington DC Fly-In. The show is a mix of interviews with me re-capping our meetings with Senator Collins, Senator King, Rep. Pingree and Rep. Michaud as well as our briefing at the White House.
Because there was so much happening during the trip, the show had to be extended to next week as well. So tune in next Saturday for part 2 of Derek’s Washington DC trip show.
Vice President of Membership & Marketing
Maine Chamber of Commerce
Washington DC Fly-In -
Joyce LaRoche currently holds the position of vice president of Membership & Marketing for the Maine State Chamber of Commerce, executive director of the Maine State Chamber Purchasing Alliance, Inc., which serves as the umbrella for the Chamber BlueOptions health insurance program, and acting director of InternHelpME.com. Prior to joining the Chamber over eleven years ago, she managed customer relations in the telecom industry, and previously enjoyed a career in safety management for many years. She is active in local and statewide organizations and currently serves as immediate past president on the national board of the Association of State Chamber Professionals.
LaRoche has contributed much time over the years to The March of Dimes, The American Red Cross Blood Services, The National MS Society, Junior Achievement, Adopt-a-School Program, and several other state and national charities and organizations.
Corporate and Legislative Affairs
Wright Express to WEX -
Greg Wiessner holds the position of Legal Director, Corporate and Legislative Affairs for WEX Inc. Before joining WEX in 2005, he was an associate at the law firm of Reed Smith in Princeton, NJ where he worked on a variety of matters including public offerings and general corporate counseling. At WEX, he is responsible for guiding on public company matters, finance, corporate governance and legislative affairs. He also serves on the boards of the Maine State Chamber of Commerce and the South Portland/Cape Elizabeth Community Chamber of Commerce. In his time away from work, he is a volunteer coach with Casco Bay Youth Hockey. Greg lives in Cumberland with his wife Jennifer and their two boys, Keji and Breton.