Lynne Mastera Honored With Chamber’s 2014 Outstanding Service Award

NEW BEDFORD, MA – Lynne Mastera, Chief Financial Officer of Precix, Inc. was recognized with the 2014 Outstanding Service Award by the New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce during the Chamber’s 128th Annual Meeting & Business Luncheon on November 13, 2014.

This award recognizes an individual whose leadership performance, personal example and good influence has done the most to advance the welfare of the New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce and the community.

Lynne Mastera is the Chief Financial Officer for Precix, a New Bedford Based Designer & Manufacturer of high performance elastomeric sealing solutions used in the automotive/transportation industry, in aerospace and military applications and in chemical and medical appreciations.

Ms. Mastera first joined Precix as Accounting Manager in 1997. After two years, she was promoted to financial controller.


Prior to joining Precix, Ms. Mastera held a variety of financial leadership positions in several manufacturing companies located throughout Massachusetts. She is a graduate of The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth with a degree in Accounting.   

Lynne Mastera has served on the Chamber’s Board of Directors for several years and has held several positions within the Chamber’s leadership including Chair of the Board from 2011 to 2012, Immediate Past-Chair of the Board, and Vice-Chair of Government Affairs. She has also served on several committees and taskforces at the chamber including the Executive, Nominating, and the Building taskforce.

Ms.Mastera has also served on the Fundraising Board of The Schwartz Center for Children.

The New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit business association based in the City of New Bedford, MA. Chartered in 1885, the Chamber serves nearly 1,000 member businesses of all sizes from virtually all industries in the ten communities of New Bedford, Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Freetown, Mattapoisett, Marion, Rochester, Wareham, and Westport. The Chamber supports and promotes the local business community through leadership in public advocacy, education, networking, information, and community development.

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