The Superior Chamber of Commerce welcomed Samina Nadiadi, owner of Imperial Skin Care, to the Board of Directors this month.  Nadiadi assumes the seat vacated by the departure of Dennis Smythe of HealthMarkets who relocated out of state earlier this fall.  Per the organization’s bylaws, the board votes to fill any open seats for the remaining term for the vacated seat.

Nadiadi has been a member of the Chamber for more than a dozen years, and her family has lived in Superior for more than two decades.  Nadiadi and her husband raised their family in Superior with both sons eventually attending CU-Boulder.

Board President Stephanie Miller was very excited to welcome Nadiadi to the board. “Samina just blew us away with her fantastic ideas on expanding our reach into the community,” Miller said. “Her voice is going to add so much to the leadership of our organization.”

Imperial Skin Care specializes in skincare for the dry weather of Colorado and also offers advanced aesthetics & anti-aging treatments including microdermabrasion, chemical peels, acne facials, customized facials, threading, waxing, brow and lash tints, and teen skincare. Imperial Skin Care is located within Salon Republic on Zang St., just off Coalton Road in Broomfield.