Casper Area Chamber of Commerce Announces New President & CEO

The Casper Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Jason DeWitt has been selected as the Chamber’s new President & CEO. On November 17th, the Chamber’s Board of Directors voted unanimously to approve DeWitt for the position after an extensive nationwide search. DeWitt will begin work in his new position with the Chamber on December 1st
DeWitt comes to the Chamber after serving as the Business Development and Marketing Director at The Science Zone. Dewitt brings Chamber experience to the role as he served two terms (6 years) on the Board of Directors and is a graduate of the Leadership Casper Program.

“Jason has a great knowledge of and extensive relationships in our community. His experience with the Chamber will help him jump right into the position and gain ground immediately,” Michael Howe, Chamber Board Chairman said. “He will help guide our Chamber to the next level, strengthening our membership and forming strong community partnerships.”

DeWitt is also active in the community as a board member of the Rotary Club of Casper and the Casper Boat Club, and various other community committees. He and his wife Anna live in downtown Casper with their daughter and all are passionate about their community.

A Casper native, DeWitt is an engaging visionary, energetic, experienced, and passionate about the Casper community. “I look forward to building on the Chamber’s history and to help add to the growth and success in Natrona County,” DeWitt said. “The community is experiencing revitalization and the opportunities for our Chamber and the business communities are endless.”

The Casper Area Chamber of Commerce is a membership based, not for profit, organization whose purpose is to ensure the success of its members. For more information about the Casper Area Chamber of Commerce, please visit or call 307-234-5311.


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