The Sebago Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate Dawn D. Dyer, Esq. on her new role as board director and clerk for the organization.
The officer position has been vacant since early January after the unfortunate passing of Lawrence Sawyer of Sawyer, Sawyer & Minott, a long time Chamber member and supporter.
Dawn owns and operates her own law practice in Windham, The Law Office of Dawn D. Dyer, Esq., which she opened late last year. She earned her Juris Doctorate Degree from New England Law Boston in 2010 and her Bachelors of Accounting Sciences Degree, magna cum laude, from Husson College in 2005.
Prior to opening her own practice, Dawn worked as a paralegal at the Law Office of Sawyer, Sawyer & Minott, while attending law school in Boston in the evening.
In addition to serving as both a director and the Chamber’s clerk, Dawn will be chairing the Government Affairs Committee.
“The Chamber is thrilled to have Dawn join the organization in a leadership role and we look forward to maximizing on her commitment to her community and the businesses of this region,” said Aimee Senatore, executive director of the Chamber.
Other executive officers of the Chamber include president, Julie Arsenault of WGME, Channel 13, first vice president, Al Brown of Bucks Naked BBQ, second vice president, Ed Powell of Peoples United Bank, secretary, Tina Christophersen of Windham-Raymond Adult Education and Treasurer Mary Sawyer, of Gowen, Sawyer & Co.