S. Kyle Hinkle, Executive Director
Kyle has more than 15 years experience in non-profit organization management, leading boards of directors in developing and following strategic plans. She has consulted to numerous public charities across Cape Cod and has served as the CEO of the San Angelo Nature Center, San Angelo TX, the Orleans Chamber of Commerce, Orleans MA and Highland Center Inc., Truro MA among others.
Kyle holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications/public relations from Angelo State University, San Angelo TX, and has attended the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management at the University of Georgia, Athens GA and the Gestalt International Study Center, Wellfleet MA. She is a 2000 graduate of Cape Mediation, 2003 graduate of Community Leadership Institute: Leadership Cape Cod and a 2006 graduate of Rotary International's Rotary Leadership Institute.
Kyle and her husband Harry reside in Eastham since 1997. She is a former trustee on the Town of Eastham's Affordable Housing Trust, and has served on the Town's Finance Committee and Conservation Commission. In addition, she has been an officer of the Boards of Directors of the Nauset Rotary Club, Rotary International District 7950, Homeless Prevention Council and the Cape Cod Technology Council.
Dawn Sternlieb, Member Services Coordinator
Dawn is not a stranger to the Brewster Chamber of Commerce because her husband Don Poole, Outermost Land Survey is an active member of the organization.
Dawn has a bachelor's degree in geology and can sometimes be seen serving as a surveyor's field assistant. She also has hands-on management experience in Cape Cod retail. This unique combination of experiences gives her an understanding of the challenges facing the entrepreneurs that make up our local business community.
Dawn has resided in Brewster for eight years and says "I love Brewster...it's a beautiful community!" Not one to be idle, she is finishing a certificate course at 4C's in Water Quality; is helping a friend raise awareness about shelter animal abuse in South Africa; is a Geek Girl; and her passion is knitting!
Ed Swiniarski, Business Information Specialist
Ed is a past-president of the BCC when he was actively working in the local business community. Today, he is "semi-retired" and is a church organist in addition to working seasonally in the Information Center. He serves as chairman of the Town of Brewster's Energy Committee and works for the polls during Town elections and at Town Meetings. A history buff, Ed delights visitors with his stories of sea captains and other local "color" from Brewster's past.