Erie Chamber Blog
Wednesday May 15,  2019
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As Director of Government Affairs

Amy Murdock recently joined the team at the Erie Regional Chamber to lead Government Affairs and Advocacy. She is responsible for establishing effective engagement with government leadership and applying public policy analyses to advocate for a policy environment which supports the needs of our local businesses and economy. 

This new position was created to bring a much-needed voice from the business community in our region to our leaders in government, locally as well as statewide.

Prior to coming to the Erie Regional Chamber, she was the Director of the Erie County Department of Planning and Community Development. In her time at the department, Amy has stewarded the initial operations of the Erie County Land Bank and other initiatives requiring meaningful relationships with the County’s thirty eight municipalities and many state and federal agencies. 

Amy holds an M.B.A. from Penn State Behrend and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Gannon University. 

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  • government affairs
  • advocacy
  • chamber of commerce

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