CLINTON, N.J. (May 21, 2015) – Unity Bank Marketing Director and Vice President Rosemary Fellner, a Clinton Township resident, has been appointed a Board Member of the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce Foundation. The group promotes, supports and funds initiatives that enhance opportunities for leadership, education, economic and workforce development.

Fellner, 51, has 30 years marketing services experience and has been leading Unity Bank’s marketing program since she joined the bank in 2007. Prior to joining Unity, Fellner was Director of Client Services for the Hibbert Group, where she managed marketing programs for several Fortune 500 companies.


“The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce Foundation is very excited to have Rosemary join our Board,” said Chamber President Chris Phelan. “Unity Bank has a strong tradition of supporting our business community here in Hunterdon County and we look forward to our ongoing collaboration. Rosemary’s talent and background will greatly compliment the mission and work that the Chamber Foundation is supporting.”


Fellner’s responsibilities with Unity include coordinating partnerships with many community-based non-profit organizations, notably serving as organizer of the bank-hosted Annual Crusin’ Bob’s Classic Car Show, which benefits Family Promise of Hunterdon County and Family Promise of Warren County. She is a Board Member of the New Jersey Bank Marketing Association and a member of the Marketing Committee of NJBankers, the statewide trade association.


Fellner previously served as an Officer of Community Health Charities of New Jersey, recently completing the maximum seven-year term with the organization’s Board. A Summa Cum Laude graduate of Temple University with a B.A. in Journalism Advertising, Fellner also is involved in many personal volunteer activities, including providing pro bono marketing services for the Meghan Rose Bradley Foundation, a Branchburg-based charity for pediatric brain cancer. Fellner and her husband, Bob, are also accomplished potters and their home-based Old Mountain Studio can be found at various artisan festivals and on Facebook at

June 16 2015