Laramie Chamber Business Alliance Selects New Leader

The Laramie Chamber Business Alliance has completed its extensive search naming Brad Enzi as its next CEO. The Laramie Chamber Business Alliance (LCBA) was formed in 2014 when the Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce and Laramie Economic Development Corporation formed one organization dedicated to attracting and retaining jobs while facilitating the expansion of existing businesses. Enzi succeeds J.J. Harris to become the next leader of the organization.“We are excited to have Brad join the Alliance and help lead us and the community in the next era of developing a positive business environment in Laramie and Albany County,” said Dave Coffey, CEO of Coffey Engineering and Surveying and Chairman of the LCBA Board of Directors. “His energy and enthusiasm for our community, his background in building teams, and his work with boards and business leaders will be a valuable asset to our organization.” Enzi comes to the LCBA from North American Power Group where he served as Vice President of Government Affairs. In addition to his role with NAPG, Enzi has worked as an executive coach with Leadership 3D, dedicating time to working with business leaders trying to engage their teams to exceed corporate objectives. Additionally, Enzi has worked with business startups in the region to build their business plans and secure startup funding. Brad also donates his time to coach veterans transitioning from active duty to finding their civilian callings. Previously Enzi served as the COO of IGC Management, Inc., a land development and construction company. Enzi is a graduate of the University of Wyoming, a former Cowboy basketball player, and a 2003 graduate of Leadership Wyoming. “I am excited to get started with the LCBA and build on the positive things happening in the
business community in and around Laramie.” Enzi said. “I have always loved the community and feel that the combination of the businesses that exist and the University environment provide a unique opportunity for business growth in Laramie.” Enzi went on to say, “The LCBA has a unique platform to seamlessly work to both grow existing businesses and attract new businesses to the community. This unified mission gives us an excellent opportunity to grow both employment and the tax base within Albany county.” Enzi will be assuming the helm of the LCBA on August 13th. There will be a meet and greet with Enzi at the LCBA offices in the coming weeks