Engage, Empower, and Educate Business for Greater Success
The Moab Chamber of Commerce represents and serves businesses and professionals seeking to grow our local economy and improve business climate while maintaining quality of life and fostering cooperation with business, government, and community.
Keep its Members informed about current events, local activities, and business issues
To provide programs and services to help our business succeed
Provide a voice in local government for the business community
Provide a forum for networking with other businesses
Promote the local economy
Moab Chamber Board of Directors
Moab Chamber President
Lonnie Campbell sits as the President of the Moab Chamber of Commerce and is the Business Banker at Zions Bank. As a multigenerational resident, Lonnie’s family has a rich history in the Moab area. Lonnie’s family founded Campbell Film Services in 1983. Throughout his childhood and young adult life, he worked side-by-side with his family to run their small family business. These
experiences helped to cultivate his strong drive for business and his desire to see economic success in our local community. In his free time, he likes to restore classic cars and spend time with his wife and two beautiful children.
Moab Chamber Vice President/ Economic Development Committee Chair
Shalee is a financial advisor for Edward Jones. She has 17+ years experience in the financial industry ranging from accounting to banking to investments. She loves what she does because she gets to be part of her clients lives and help them to reach their financial goals.
When Shalee isn’t helping her clients or volunteering in the Moab Community, she is spending time with Gavin and their 5 children. Playing hard outdoors!
Moab Chamber Director
Taren is the Marketing, Public Relations and Community Development Specialist with Emery Telcom. She has a passion and sincere love for rural Utah and this position allows her to get involved in the different rural communities Emery Telcom serves. Taren enjoys serving where she can and sits on multiple boards including the United Way of Eastern Utah as Vice President.
She is a graduate of Utah State University where she attended the Jon Huntsman School of Business. She received her Master’s in Business Administration and Management. Taren and her husband are busy raising their two young sons and teaching them everything this world has to offer. Together, their family enjoys any type of adventure, traveling and sports.
Moab Chamber Director
In addition to being a Real Estate Professional, Kali Bisco is the Owner and General Manager of The Gonzo Inn as well as Moab Utah Properties, a property management company. Kali is a lifetime local to Moab and has worked, raised her family and operated her businesses here over the years. Being a home-grown Moabite gives Kali a huge advantage in terms of buying and selling real estate in Grand, and San Juan counties. Her passion for business, family and her hometown shine through in everything she does. Kali believes that everyone deserves the home and business of their dreams, so she works extra hard to ensure that her clients dreams become reality.
A community minded person, Kali has invested years of energy to support the local small business community and school system. Kali and her husband Josh employ over 30 locals year-round, coach local youth sports and support local causes near and dear to the heart. Connect to Kali direct today to learn more about how to make Moab Utah your new hometown.
Moab Chamber Housing Committee Chair
Randy Martin is the Director of Business Operations and Controller for Redtail Air, a Moab-based air-charter company. Before working at Redtail Air, Randy worked in the accounting department for a local mining company, and before that was a regional retail banking manager for JP Morgan Chase. Locally, Randy serves as Chair of the Board of Directors for Desert Rivers Credit Union.
Randy and his wife, Racheal, have lived in Moab for over 20 years, raising their three daughters in Moab. Together they own Bookworx, an accounting and business consulting company. When not working, Randy & Racheal love to travel around the world with friends and family!
Moab Chamber Hospitality Committee Chair
Moab Chamber Secretary
Cort Wright currently serves as the secretary in the Moab Chamber of Commerce.
- Head of New Markets – Atomic Financial
- Consultant – Moab Tourism Industry
- Volunteer Firefighter – Moab Valley Fire Department
Moab Chamber Community Action Committee Chair
Ashley Korenblat is a founding Managing Director at Public Land Solutions, a non-profit recreation economy consultant. PLS works directly with communities investing in outdoor recreation as economic drivers, and on federal and state public land policies and legislation. Ashley has a long history in the outdoor industry having served as President of Merlin Metalworks, a bicycle manufacturing company in Cambridge, MA, and as the Chair of the International Mountain Bicycling Association. She is currently the CEO of Western Spirit Cycling. and was inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame in 2003. She is a graduate of Dartmouth College and has an MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth.
Moab Chamber Travel Council Liason
Moab Chamber County Commission Liason
After childhood in the Washington DC area Jacques graduated from the University of Colorado and kicked around the west before discovering Moab over 20 years ago while working as a seasonal mountain bike guide. He quickly fell in love with the desert, the outdoor recreation opportunities and the laid back vibe. He’s managed a local bike shop and guide service, started a business renting classic VW camper vans and currently serves as chair of the Grand County Commission. When not otherwise engaged he’s busy planning his next outdoor adventure with his wife and 2 daughters, and he still guides the occasional bike tour.
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375 S Main St
Moab, UT 84532
330 S Main St
Moab, UT 84532
For all non-business related questions
regarding your trip to Moab
(including requests for maps, trails, and public land sites)
PLEASE CONTACT: Moab Information Center