Lundock has more than 33 years community engagement and leadership experience. She comes from a long line of entrepreneurs and has owned a successful business. Her career spans banking, marketing, higher education, and as Major Events Manager and Director of the Women in Leadership Program for the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce. She has collaborated with businesses, chambers of commerce, government entities, volunteers, civic groups, and alumni. She earned a master's degree in management from the University of Phoenix.
The LBC was formed in 2017 and its mission is to serve as a principal representative of businesses in this market area, contribute to its members' success and prosperity, and promote the economic and civic interests of the community. LBC Co-Chair Pat Dunahay said, "Korri really has a love for the City of Littleton. She is supportive and respectful of this community and has life-long roots here. Her experiences and energy align with the strategic plan we have put together with input from the city, local business, and non-profits."
The LBC submitted a proposal to the city requesting funding support for a professional, full-time Executive Director to work with the board on a strategic plan and program development. As part of the budget review process, city council approved $277,500 using ARPA Business Funds. The city and LBC entered into an agreement through December 2024 with an expectation that the chamber will be self-funded at the end of the agreement term.
"We are inspired by the chamber leadership’s ambitious agenda to support all businesses in Littleton," said Economic Development Director Cindie Perry. "The proposal aligns with city council's financial stability goal with an increased focus on economic development, placemaking, and tourism. Utilizing ARPA funds to support Littleton businesses honors the intent of the federal program," Perry added.