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San Ramon Chamber hires former Pleasanton businessman as its new CEO

Stewart Bambino has served as interim executive since March

The San Ramon Chamber of Commerce has appointed Stewart Bambino as its president and chief executive officer. He has served as the Chamber's interim executive director since March 2010.

"We are excited to announce Stewart's appointment as the president and CEO. He has been involved in the San Ramon Chamber since 2007 as a member, volunteer and most recently managing our transition to new leadership," said San Ramon Chamber of Commerce 2010 Chair Terence Church.

"Stewart has shown himself to be a skilled and dedicated executive. The Chamber Board of Directors are thrilled that he has accepted the executive position of our organization."

Bambino has more than 25 years of business experience. He and his wife, Nancy, founded and operated Express Personnel Services in Pleasanton from 1990 to 2005. They also founded the Town Planner Community Calendar in 2007. Prior to 1990, Bambino worked for the Bank of America for 15 years.

"The Chamber Board of Directors are thrilled that he has accepted the executive position of our organization," Church added, noting that members will benefit from Bamino's experience and knowledge as a business leader and entrepreneur.

Born and raised in Mt. Shasta, California, Bambino received his bachelor's degree from California State University, Chico. He completed his master's degree in business administration at St. Mary's College, Moraga.

The Bambinos reside in San Ramon and have a daughter, Lauren, who attends California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

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