Category: About Us

About The Chamber

Chamber’s Mission The Chamber acts to improve the economic climate and expand business opportunities on Staten Island. About the Chamber Founded more than a century ago, the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce (SICC) is Staten Island’s largest and most respected business organization. We represent the interests and serve […]


2019 Staten Island Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee: Chairman Michael Assenza, Vice President Stat-Land Security Services; Vice Chairman Frank Scarangello, President SCARAN; Treasurer Ed Wiseman, Owner Moving Picture, Inc.; Secretary Carol Decina, National Grid […]

The Team

Linda M. Baran President & CEO Linda has worked at the SI Chamber for over 30 years. In 2004, Linda was elected by the Chamber’s Board of Directors as the first woman President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the organization. Prior to that, she served as the […]

Long Term Members

MEMBERS WITH 75 YEARS OR MORE RPM Insurance Agency, 1926 Statwood Home Improvements, 1930 Richmond County Savings Bank, a division of NYCB, 1931 The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, 1931 Con Edison, 1936 MEMBERS WITH 50 YEARS OR MORE Staten Island Museum, 1946 Post Exterminating […]

Contact Us

Call the Chamber! No matter your preferred mode, you can contact the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce in different ways. For appointments:Please Call the Chamber at (718) 727-1900 Mailing address:Staten Island Chamber of CommercePO Box 41277Staten Island, NY 10304 Email Us Here! Sign Up Today and Stay Connected! […]


Chamber News The Staten Island Chamber of Commerce keeps the community informed with news detailing big events that impact members and residents. Member News There’s always new and interesting things going on with our Staten Island Chamber of Commerce members. Publications The Staten Island Chamber of Commerce publishes […]

Join The Chamber

As a business owner, you treasure your independence. Your desire to make your own decisions and determine your own destiny are what led you to strike out on your own. And, on the whole, things are good. Picture what you could do if you had regular access to […]