Executive Director– Jennifer Seal

Jennifer is the Executive Director of the Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce and is a fifth generation Grand Junction native. The Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce has over 335 members (and growing), organizes the Fruita Fall Festival, Fruita Farmer’s Market & provides valuable opportunities to chamber members throughout the year. Jennifer has worked for Grand Junction Economic Partnership, Colorado Mesa University, Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation and The Capstone Group. She graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in Business Marketing and a minor in Political Science.





Marketing & Membership Coordinator- Sadye Saad

“I love taking the idea of a concept and cultivating it into something that adds value and changes our community.” Sadye Saad’s energy and marketing savvy make her a great asset to the Chamber team. A native of the Grand Valley, Sadye has worked for 13 years as a marketing and events professional both on the Western Slope and the Front Range. Her experience includes many large-scale organizations such as Colorado Crush, Denver Polo Club, Dunafon Castle, PGA Tour at the Broadmoor and 5280 Magazine. She has also had the opportunity to work with multiple nonprofit organizations and local businesses. A graduate of the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in Mass Communications, she is loves working in Fruita and help the community grow. Sadye and her husband, Chris, are grateful to raise their four children on the Western Slope where they take advantage of exploring the outdoors any chance they get!



Administrative Assistant- Brooklyn Buhre

Brooklyn Buhre is a senior at Colorado Mesa University double majoring in Radiology and Musical Theatre. She is a Colorado native who loves the outdoors and the performing arts. She is the Student Director of Mesa OutLoud, a touring group for CMU housed in the Theatre Department and is eager for her last year of college. She is ecstatic to help promote all that the Fruita area has to offer! 

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