Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce

About Us

Meet the Team

The GOFCC is dedicated to the success of your business. Let our team of professionals assist you in achieving goals that elevate it to the next level.


Sara Broadwell - Executive Director

As Executive Director of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce (GOFCC), Sara leads the strategic vision and daily operations of the GOFCC. In this role she is the primary point of contact for member engagement and recruitment, the development of strategic partners, advocacy within the community, management of staff and delivering the highest level of service to all stakeholders. Sara has worked with the GOFCC for the past five years helping to establish several community-based programs across Oswego County, and has developed strong relationships with Oswego County leaders, business owners and community members.

Sara holds a variety of leadership positions in the community serving on The Children’s Museum of Oswego board of directors and the Buc Booster board of directors. She is also active on the Oswego Health Gala committee and serves on the PTech Governance Committee.

Taylor Davis - Member Engagement & Operations Coordinator

An Oswego County native, Taylor brings passion and commitment to her work at the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce (GOFCC). As the Member Engagement and Operations Coordinator, she works to advance the business and community interests of the region through advocacy, member services and community enhancements. Taylor works in collaboration with the GOFCC executive director, CenterState CEO staff, chamber members, elected officials and community partners to build a vibrant retail, commercial and residential environment within Oswego County.

Taylor brings a valuable skill set of program planning and implementation combined with her strong network in the local community. She manages the GOFCC Ambassador Program, an enthusiastic committee of local professionals dedicated to celebrating milestones in the Oswego County business community. She is the key contact for our community focused programs, including Project Bloom, Oswego-Fulton Farmers Market and Oswego County Restaurant Week.



The GOFCC is a membership organization that builds a vibrant retail/commercial/residential environment through its many resources and collaborative partnerships. Membership provides access to business development assistance and connections to 350+ member businesses of all sizes across Oswego County. Whether your business is large or small, already a member or interested in becoming one, we invite you to join our efforts to enhance business competitiveness, economic development and quality of life in our region. Being a fully integrated partner of CenterState CEO adds significant value to members, including a stronger advocacy voice and link to regional and state resources, broader access to business-to-business connections across the region, and more comprehensive programs and services to help small businesses become more competitive.

Get Involved


GOFCC Ambassador Committee

The GOFCC Ambassador Committee is a group of professionals dedicated to celebrating the milestones of all local businesses. We celebrate grand-opening, anniversaries, expansions, or other milestone events. Our ambassadors will celebrate the business and publish photos in our member newsletter and social media outlets.

Interested in joining the GOFCC Ambassadors or to connect with the Ambassador Committee about your upcoming milestone event?


About Oswego County

Oswego County offers year-round fun and recreation for everyone! History, festivals, fishing and outdoor activities highlight each season. Nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario, the city of Oswego is in the midst of a renaissance as new restaurants and small businesses occupy storefronts, creating a vibrant and lively ambience. The city hosts exciting events including weekly downtown Farmers Markets, races at the Oswego Speedway and historical events at Fort Ontario and the Safe Haven Museum and annual events like Harborfest. 

Fulton is a city rich with history that is situated along both shores of the Oswego River.  The river and Lake Neahtawanta provide ample opportunities for outdoor pursuits.  Walk along the river and stop by Lock 3 where boaters still utilize the advantages brought about by the New York State Barge Canal System. Visitors enjoy Indian Point, a great spot for launching your boat, picnicking, or simply wandering about the many lovely blooms planted there.

Additional Resources:

Advisory Council

  • Margaret Barclay, Oswego Health (Chair)
  • Eryl Christiansen, Eastern Shore Associates Insurance
  • Susan Cole, Novelis    
  • Bridget Dolbear, Oswego County Opportunities  
  • Sarah Farley, Fulton Community Development Agency
  • Cassandra Gerhig, Pathfinder Bank   
  • Kevin Hill, JP Jewelers   
  • Amy Lear, Man in the Moon Candies
  • Emily Lukowski, FitzGibbons Agency   
  • Ana Maria Murabito, Elemental Management Group
  • Patrick Mitchell, Southern Fare   
  • Amy Murphy, City of Oswego  
  • Brian Sharkey, Lawn Shark   
  • Patti Tryniski, LakeView Lanes   
  • Alissa Viscome, Fulton Block Builders  
  • Kathryn Watson, Children's Museum of Oswego
  • Abby Weaver, Alberts Group   
  • Jeff Weigand, Oswego Industries  
  • Garrette Weiss, CITI
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