Albert Paschall is president and chief executive officer of the King Of Prussia Chamber Of Commerce at Valley Forge, a business advocacy organization of 850 members that he co-founded in 1986. He also serves as president of the Montgomery County Chambers Of Commerce, a joint venture of the King Of Prussia and MONTCO Chambers Of Commerce for programming and public policy development.
In addition to his duties with the Chambers of Commerce, Mr. Paschall is senior commentator and chief operating officer for The Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research, a non-profit educational foundation in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. His commentary series entitled "Somedays" is featured on 84 of Pennsylvania’s leading radio stations and syndicated to 89 newspapers in the state with over 2.1 million readers. His work has also been published as an Associate Scholar for the Allegheny Institute for Public Policy in Pittsburgh. In January of 2003 he published his first book "I haven’t found Laura, yet" an anthology of his columns edited by Jodi L. Brandon.
He also serves as president of the King Of Prussia Historical Society. In 1996 he created "A Home For The Inn" a 4 year drive to relocate the historic King Of Prussia Inn to make way for a $300 million regional highway and transportation improvement initiative. The Inn was successfully relocated in 2000 and opened to the public in October 2002.
He serves as a director of a number of non-profit organizations including the Children’s Aide Society of Montgomery County and The Montgomery County Small Business Micro-Loan Fund and he was recently named Associate Director of Kingofprussia.com, a web development company. He also is a trustee of the Gibbs School in Valley Forge.
His work has also been recognized with awards and honors
from Upper Merion Township, The Borough of Bridgeport, The House and Senate
of Pennsylvania, The Philadelphia Business Journal, Suburban Newspapers
of America, The IBM Foundation, The National Child Care Institute, The
Sons of Italy, The Catholic War Veterans, The Pennsylvania Historic and
Museum Commission, The NIA Political Action Committee, The Governor’s
Commission on Workplace and Family Policy, The US Army’s Special
Forces Operations Command and the Freedoms Foundation At Valley Forge.