MACC, Inc. Board of Directors

The Board of Directors governs the business, property, and affairs of the Monticello Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (MACC, Inc.). The Board is responsible for establishing policy, budgets, and the guidance of affairs for the 501(c)6 non-profit as directed in Iowa Code 504. The Board is composed of nine (9) persons who shall be members in good standing of the MACC, Inc.  Directors are elected for a term of three (3) years which are staggered so that approximately one-third of the directors are elected each year. They may be elected to fill a second three (3) year term. Vacancies in the board shall be filled by a majority vote of the remaining directors.

The Board of Directors of the Monticello Area Chamber of Commerce represents the diversity of the area’s businesses and population. To be considered to be a Director, nominees must be members in good standing as outlined in the MACC, Inc. Bylaws.

2024 MACC, Inc. Board of Directors & Committee Leadership

2024 MACC, Inc. Executive Board Officers
President:  Jared Lasley – McAllister Electrical Services
1st Vice-President:  Allie Aschtgen – Monticello Carpet & Interior
2nd Vice-President:  Jami Schlarmann – F&M Bank 

MACC, Inc. Board Members

Kris Barnhart – All Seasons Auto Body
Jami Schlarmann – F&M Bank 
Maureen Gronstal – Bradley & Riley PC
Sarah Bone – Cornerstone Buildings
Liz Garcia – GW Spice Co. 
Allie Aschtgen – Monticello Carpet & Interior
Sam Hunt – Farm Bureau Financial
Brian Wolken – Monticello Main Street

Ambassadors Committee
President: Tom Osborne - Retired Community Member 
Vice President: Tiffany Savage – Insurance Associates, Inc.
Sergeant at Arms: Judy Tuetken, Retired & Riverside Gardens
Secretary:  Maddy Franzenburg - Insurance Associates, In.

Meet the Executive Chamber Director

Bobby Krum, Executive Director

Meet Bobby


The  24 Ambassadors of the Monticello Area Chamber of Commerce are the goodwill arm of the Chamber.  The Ambassadors attend ribbon-cutting ceremonies, welcome new businesses, new business owners, and new business locations, and provide support for ongoing projects of the Chamber.  You’ll find them serving as greeters at many events like the Camp Courageous breakfast in the spring and fall.