Ring was chosen from among 50 candidates for the post. His experience includes working for the predecessor to the Sarnia Lambton Economic Partnership.
"We are most fortunate to have secured for our members another leader who has a practical understanding of the challenges and interests of local business, backed by a firm commitment to the unqualified success of Sarnia-Lambton,” said Chairman Mike Elliott. “Rory sees the potential that local business and our greater community possess and has a vision for its future that the Chamber members and our affiliates will want to actively share and help to accomplish.”
His first day on the job is Nov. 26.