West Orange Chamber of Commerce names new president

Stephen Lewis will join the team Oct. 2. He takes over for longtime President and CEO Stina D’Uva, who is retiring.

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The West Orange Chamber of Commerce has named Stephen Lewis as its new president and CEO.

Lewis will join the chamber Oct. 2 and take over for Stina D’Uva, who is retiring after 22 years serving the chamber. Lewis, chosen following a months-long nationwide search, will work with D’Uva throughout the month of October and assume the role Oct. 27. 

Prior to joining the West Orange Chamber of Commerce, Lewis served as the director of governance and leadership for Associated Builders and Contractors. ABC is a national construction industry trade association representing more than 22,000 members. 

Throughout his career, Lewis has worked in ABC’s Chapter Services Department, based in Washington, D.C. He was hired in 2012 as a field manager, working primarily with the 12 chapters located in the Southeast. In 2013, Lewis transitioned into the Chapter Development Manager position, taking on a more active role in working with all 68 chapters nationwide. 

Since 2016, Lewis has served as the director of governance and leadership.  

Prior to that, Lewis served as the membership director for the ABC Central Florida Chapter, based in Orlando, and as the director of government affairs for the ABC North Florida Chapter, based in Tallahassee.  

Lewis graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in political science and social science, with a minor in communication and a master’s degree in political science. In 2018, he earned the Certified Association Executive credential.

Lewis was born and raised in Apopka and now resides in Windermere with his wife, Amanda; daughter, Hayden; and son, Lawson. Outside of work, the Lewis family enjoys boating on the Butler Chain, staying active with the kids’ sports, and frequent visits to the theme parks. 

Founded in 1972, the West Orange Chamber of Commerce serves as the leading business advocate in Central Florida by advancing community, collaboration, and leadership for more than 1,100 member businesses.



Michael Eng

As a child, Editor and Publisher Michael Eng collected front pages of the Kansas City Star during Operation Desert Storm, so it was a foregone conclusion that he would pursue a career in journalism. He holds a journalism degree from the University of Missouri — Columbia School of Journalism. When he’s not working, you can find him spending time with his wife and three children, or playing drums around town. He’s also a sucker for dad jokes.

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