Chamber Administration

As a non-profit organization, the Amesbury Chamber of Commerce is governed by: Executive Director, Kassandra Gove and Chairman, Peter Corrigan, with support from the Board of Directors, active committees, freelance professionals, loyal volunteers and administrative staff.

Please contact us below or by calling: (978) 388-3178

Kassandra Gove
Kassandra GoveExecutive Director
A fifth generation Amesbury native, Kassandra Gove serves as the town’s Executive Director of the Amesbury Chamber of Commerce. In her role she is actively involved with Amesbury’s economic development as well as working as an advocate for businesses large and small across a variety of industries, connecting them with the Amesbury community.

Prior to joining the Chamber, Kassandra served as Assistant Director in the Department of Development and Alumni Relations for Boston University, and before that as the Assistant Director of Student and Young Alumni Programs at Clark University. Earlier, she gained practical experience at the University of South Carolina while working toward her Master of Education degree at the same institution.

Catherine D’Ambruoso
Catherine D’AmbruosoCommunications and Operations Manager
Amesbury resident, Catherine D’Ambruoso lives in town with her husband and two school aged children. Serving as Communications and Operations manager at the chamber, she assists with everyday office organization and membership management. Before joining the team, Catherine helped plan the first annual PowWow Summer Series and was an active member of the block party committee as a community volunteer. Catherine began her career as news director and reporter at WGIR in Manchester, NH.  Most recently, she worked as communications director for the firefighter’s union in Londonderry, NH. Looking to be more involved in her community, she decided to focus her strengths in the town she calls home.
Phil DeCologero
Phil DeCologeroMember Services Coordinator
Prior to joining the Chamber, Phil owned and operated his own business and political consulting office. His career has included working for several legislators in the Massachusetts State House, as well as serving as Chief of Staff to the Mayor of Methuen. He co-founded the North Andover Merchants Association in 2009, launched their Farmers Market in 2017, and spearheaded the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce’s annual Restaurant Week series for the past six years. Phil lives in North Andover with his wife and three daughters, where he is serving his second term as a member of their Board of Selectmen.