Board of Directors
East Brunswick Regional Chamber of Commerce Officers
Ron Lichtenberger, President
Ron Lichtenberger is the General Manager of Brunswick Square Mall acting as the Goodwill Ambassador connecting the local community with the mall. His focus as a goodwill Ambassador is to create excitement through the activation of fantastic events, tenant activations, public use opportunities, and through unique marketing partnerships establishing the mall as the town center for everyone.
Ron is a proud graduate of Ramapo College with a degree in Business Management & Leadership and has attended several professional development programs at Harvard University focused on service, finance, and leadership. He also holds the prestigious CHA designation from Michigan State University.
Professional & Civic Affiliations:
- Member of BOMI International whose mission is centered on property management excellence and holds the RPA designation.
- Board Member of Keep Middlesex Moving, whose mission is centered on transportation education & safety in Middlesex County.
Ron is an avid sports fan who loves rooting for the Yankees, Giants, and Red Bulls. He loves reading and has a standing weekly movie date with his wife, Louise, for the last 25 years. Yes, every week…it’s our thing.
Joe Kim, First Vice President
Joe became the Owner of Minuteman Press of East Brunswick in 2008. He combined his enthusiasm to support business owners and creative abilities for design and print services to deliver high quality products that make an impact.
At any of our events, you will find Joe in the thick of the crowds filled with laughter, as he never leaves home without his sneaky sense of humor.
Joe enjoy spending time with his family, supporting his local church group, and golfing, whenever he can. Go ahead…ask him about his birdie! He loves to tell that story. Just don’t laugh too hard when you find out he was playing mini-golf.
Lamia Hakim, Second Vice President
2019 EBRCC President’s Award Recipient: Chamber Member of the Year
Lamia Hakim is the Vice President at Temperature Pro of Central New Jersey. She was an active component in the launch of the company while keeping clients needs first to ensure the business thrived. Lamia oversees the daily operations of the business office, including financial records, customer satisfaction, and maintaining all marketing efforts.
As a Charter Member of the East Brunswick Regional Chamber of Commerce, Lamia became active early on and serves on the Events Committee.
In her early career, Lamia developed the first curriculum for the pre-K education at the private institution, Sarafand Academy. The program has propelled the school from its initial start-up to its ultimate success of enrolling 200 pre-K students.
When she is not in the office or volunteering, Lamia enjoys spending time with her four children, two teens and two adults. Whether it’s her family or her friends, she is always there to help and to have fun. She loves cooking traditional Lebanese cuisine and going on long nature walks (but only when the temperature is 70 degrees and below, of course).
Brittany Fedun, Treasurer
2019 EBRCC President’s Award Recipient: Intrapreneur of the Year
Brittany Fedun is a Manager with Wilkin & Guttenplan, P.C. and specializes in accounting services for closely-held businesses and emerging entrepreneurs, providing them with audits, reviews, compilations and tax services. In addition, she is involved in several employee benefit plan audits.
Brittany is an owner of ELITE Fitness Alliance, LLC (“ELITE”). She is a Certified Personal Trainer by World Instructor Training Schools (“WITS”), working towards Instructor Certification in Group Exercise by the Athletics and Fitness Association of America (“AFAA”), and CPR/AED certified. ELITE’s philosophy for fitness is to help create personal motivation and confidence by understanding client’s lifestyles and incorporating it into every workout. Brittany enjoys working with fitness lovers of all ages, levels and capabilities. Her favorite form of training is functional fitness.
Brittany is currently a Director for the Middlesex Somerset Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (“NJCPA”), (previously Treasurer), where her involvement includes planning continuing professional education credits for fellow CPA’s.
Brittany is also a member of the Advisory Board to the New Jersey Small Business Development Center (“NJSBDC”) at Rutgers University. The NJSBDC is the recognized leader in delivering management consulting and training programs to nascent entrepreneurs, start-ups and existing small businesses as well as specialized and more advanced services to high-impact, growth-oriented businesses.
Additionally, Brittany is the founding member of the Ladies Business Development (“LBD”) networking group, where she has served as President and Treasurer. The group strives to connect women in business while supporting local charities at the group’s events.
Professional Affiliations and Civic Achievements
- Member of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA)
- Director NJCPA Somerset/Middlesex County Chapter
- 2016 NJCPA “Women of Note”
- Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
- Founding member of the Ladies Business Development (LBD) networking group
Brittany graduated with a Bachelor and Master of Science in Accounting from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She continues her education through regular CPE and educational seminars.
Amy Jones, Administrative Ambassador
Amy Jones is owner of Broad Marketing Services, focusing on building brand awareness for small businesses through events, public promotion, and communications.
As Administrative Ambassador, Amy keeps members connected to Chamber events through email and social media. She contributes as an active member of the Events committee, acts as a liaison to the Executive Board and Membership committee, and responds to general EBRCC inquiries.
Whether participating in a structured exercise program or hitting the treadmill, Amy enjoys the routine of physical conditioning to keep up with her two teenagers, (and her passion for being a foodie). Amy finds great value in sharing support and awareness to bridge gaps to help individuals with special needs make connections and thrive, and she is enthusiastic about volunteering with local non-profit organizations, such as Feeding Middlesex County / M.C.F.O.O.D.S (Middlesex County Food Organization and Outreach Distribution Services), and Karma Cat Zen Dog.
Eating pizza, exercising (to continue eating pizza), spending time down the shore and searching for sea glass, reading, and cooking.