Beisbier Takes Office as Chairman of North Fulton Chamber

January 2, 2013 – Brandon Beach, president & CEO of The Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce, announced the installation of Brad Beisbier, Senior Vice President, First Citizens Bank, as Chairman of the Board. Beisbier becomes the Chamber’s 40th Chairman, and succeeds Teddy Russell of Russell Landscape Group. 

Beisbier was previously Senior Vice President, Senior Relationship Manager in Commercial Banking for PNC Bank, focusing on privately held companies headquartered in Atlanta with annual revenues between $10MM-$100MM.  He served in a leadership position with RBC Bank prior to the acquisition by PNC.  Prior to joining RBC (now PNC), Brad held various leadership positions within Bank of America in Atlanta.

In addition to his career highlights, Beisbier is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin where he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and served as the Captain, MVP, All-Conference of his NCAA Division III Football team.  Brad has his MBA from the Robinson Graduate School of Business at Georgia State University. He is also a graduate of Leadership North Fulton.

Brad is married to Tera and together the couple has two daughters, Bennett (9) and Kingsley (7) and one son, Thatcher (4).  He and his family live in Cumming where his wife practices law.



About the GNFCC

The Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce is a business organization representing Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Roswell and Sandy Springs.  Consisting of more than 1,900 members, the GNFCC is the leading business voice on quality growth and quality of life issues in North Fulton County.


About Progress Partners

Progress Partners of North Fulton Atlanta is an economic development initiative of the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce designed to position North Fulton as one of the top destinations in Atlanta for long-term economic growth and superior quality of life. Through this initiative, Progress Partners combines the best attributes of Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Roswell and Sandy Springs.