Morrisville Innovation Foundation


2020 Board of Directors Call for Nominations - Morrisville Chamber of Commerce and Morrisville Innovation Foundation

The Morrisville Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the call for nominees to serve on the 2020 Morrisville Chamber Board of Directors and the 2020 Morrisville Innovation Foundation Board of Directors. There are several positions open for the 2020 board slates.

Participation on the Board of Directors enables you to lend your leadership and vision to the Morrisville Chamber of Commerce and to contribute to defining the Morrisville business community's path forward. If you are interested in serving or nominating a fellow Chamber member, please click here to submit the required nomination form.

All nominations must be received no later than 5 pm, Saturday, August 31, 2019.

For questions, contact the Chamber at 919.463.7150 or email

About Us / Mission

The mission of the Morrisville Innovation Foundation is to provide the building blocks for economic development, entrepreneurship and civic engagement.

The Foundation’s main areas of focus include:

  • Economic development
  • Entrepreneurial support through Morrisville Start Up and its HOTTovation program
  • Leadership development through Leadership Morrisville
  • Community development with the East Meets West Festival

The Morrisville Innovation Foundation is a program of the Morrisville Chamber of Commerce. Visit our website to learn more about the Morrisville Chamber and our member companies.

Morrisville Innovation Foundation
2019 Board of Directors

Robert Sunukjian
PEG Contracting, Inc.

Nam Douglass
Gardner Law PLLC

Sarah Gaskill
Morrisville Chamber of Commerce

Veronica Bent
Pinnacle Financial Partners

Phil Crofton

Delilah Jones
Duke Energy

Kamira Jones

Connie Mester

Greg McNamara

Walt Parker
First Bank

Annette Stevenson
North Carolina Veteran's Business Association

Mike Trainor
S&A Communications

2019 Foundation Donors

The Foundation's mission is to provide the building blocks for economic development and entrepreneurship as well as identify and foster up-and-coming community leaders with tools to build an environment for economic prosperity. Many of these contributions are considered charitable donations.