The search for the next Laramie Chamber Business Alliance (LCBA) CEO has come to an end. Replacing former CEO J.J. Harris will be Brad Enzi. Enzi will take over the position on August 13. The LCBA was formed in 2014 when the Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce and the Laramie Economic Development Corporation merged into one organization "dedicated to attracting and retaining jobs while facilitating the expansion of existing businesses", according to a press release.

"We are excited to have Brad join the Alliance and help us lead the community in the next era of developing a positive business environment in Laramie and Albany County" said LCBA Chairman Dave Coffey in a press release, adding that Enzi's "energy and enthusiasm for our community, his background in building teams, and his work with boards and business leaders will be a valuable asset to our organization."

Enzi is a former Cowboy basketball player and University of Wyoming alum. Before accepting the LCBA CEO, position, he was the Vice President of Government Affairs at the North American Power Group. In his free time, Enzi helps veterans in the transition from active duty to civilian life.

Of his new position, Enzi says that he is "excited to get started with the LCBA and build on positive things happening in the business community in and around Laramie." Enzi added that the LCBA "has a unique platform to seamlessly work to both grow existing businesses to the community"