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provide the motivation and energy that powers our vision.

Pauline Modjeski, Executive Director

The Chamber is excited to welcome a new addition to our office staff. While Pauline is new to the staff, she is familiar to many of you because she is a former downtown Frankfort business owner and Chamber board member.
Hi, my name is Pauline Modjeski, and I am pleased to join the Frankfort Chamber of Commerce as Operations Coordinator.
Some of you may know me as the owner of White Street Café, which I opened in downtown Frankfort in 2013 and sold in 2020. One of the first things I did when opening White Street Café was to join the Frankfort Chamber of Commerce. I firmly believe the relationships I developed being an active member of the Chamber helped with the growth and success of the Café. I have also previously served on the Frankfort Chamber Board of Directors.
Prior to White Street Café, I was President of Horizon Cash Management, a short-term fixed income Investment Adviser. At Horizon, I was responsible for the overall management of the firm and well as serving as the Chief Compliance Officer. I have resided in Frankfort since 2005; however, my family has long ties to the community as my relatives have lived here my entire life.
I am excited to bring my skills, past Board experience and knowledge of members in the community to my position. I look forward to working with Kris and the Board of Directors to carry out the Chamber’s mission to cultivate and connect our business community.

Kris Pasquini, Membership & Events Director

Hi! My name is Kris Pasquini. I joined the Chamber Team in July 2016.

I grew up in the south suburbs and have been happy to call Frankfort home since 2013. I have a wide variety of experience from reporting and editing to event planning and fundraising.

My previous positions have included: development associate at Trinity Services, Inc., where my responsibilities included fundraising events and marketing; public relations manager at Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, where I published newsletters and planned community events; and reporter/editor at several community newspapers. I also grew a few home-based businesses while staying home with my kids.

I know first-hand the benefits of being an active chamber member and a volunteer as I've been involved in several area chambers, served on two chamber boards and volunteered in various other capacities. I am excited to use my experience to help the Chamber continue to grow and provide valuable benefits to our members to strengthen and grow their businesses.



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