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Project BEST names Erikka Storch as new executive director

Photo by Casey Junkins Wheeling Area Chamber of Commerce President Erikka Storch prepares for the 2017 Economic Outlook Conference, set for 7:30 a.m. Wednesday at Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack.

WHEELING – Project BEST, a non-profit entity that combines labor and management in the construction industry, has announced that Erikka L. Storch will serve as the organization’s first executive director.

Storch has served as president of the Wheeling Area Chamber of Commerce since 2014, a position she resigned late last week.

Storch currently serves in the West Virginia House of Delegates, representing West Virginia’s Third District. She will continue to hold this office.

“I thank the Co-Chairs and Board of Directors for creating this exciting opportunity and for selecting me to return to the construction industry in this position,” Storch said.

“We are excited to have Erikka become the first executive director of Project BEST,” said Jack Ramage, executive director of the

OVCEC and Management Co-chair of Project BEST.

As executive director, Storch will work closely with the Project BEST Board of Directors and staff to oversee the organization’s rebranding and continue to adapt to serve the Ohio Valley’s construction labor and management teams.


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