Join a Committee
Chamber committees are a great way to take your involvement with the chamber to the next level. Opportunities and time commitments vary by committee.
Through new member visits, ribbon cuttings and serving as greeters, ambassador support member attraction and retention at chamber events. Membership on this committee is open to all chamber members. Space to serve on the committee is limited. For more information, please contact membership at email@example.com.
DRIVE Emerging Leaders
DRIVE – Developing & Retaining Individuals with Vision & Energy – is one of the premiere groups for young professionals in the MSP region. DRIVE serves as a program that is part of the chamber’s investment in the regional workforce.
The DRIVE board represents a cross-section of all MSP industries including law, hospitality, finance and the nonprofit sector. These individuals are dedicated to the future of the region and guide the DRIVE program content, ensuring that attendees have a valuable experience. This committee meets four times a year and is actively engaged in event programming. For more information, please contact Ashley Ibach: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Policy Committees
There are three public policy committees open to all those who are interested, including non-members. The committees each focus on a specific advocacy priority of the chamber: housing, workforce development and transit. The groups meet once a month to discuss these issues facing our region and potential solutions. For more information, please contact Sean Broom: email@example.com.
Minnesota Keystone Program
The Minnesota Keystone Program celebrates local companies that give back to their communities. This committee assists in the marketing and promotion of the Keystone program throughout the year and helps plan the annual Minnesota Keystone Celebration Luncheon in December. For more information, please contact Cheri Gengler: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small Business Committee
The Small Business Committee engages and assists the chamber’s small business members and advises on SMART for Business event programming. SMART for Business is an educational event series focused on the development and engagement of locally owned, small to mid-sized companies as well as independent business owners and operators. The committee typically meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:30 a.m. For more information, please contact Cheri Gengler: email@example.com.
Leadership Twin Cities Steering Committee
The Leadership Twin Cities Steering Committee assists with class recruitment and selection, planning program days, and provides chamber staff with direction on alumni events. The committee meets once a month except for June (no meeting) and August (two meetings). The LTC Steering Committee is limited to alumni of the Leadership Twin Cities program. For more information, please contact Cheri Gengler: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Committee members assist in planning this festive, annual event held in February. Past themes have included “Vegas, Baby!” and “Broadway Your Way,” and the event includes a silent auction as well as entertainment. The committee meets in the months leading up to the Gala. For more information, please contact Anna Stinson: email@example.com.
Annual Golf Classic
Committee members assist in planning the Golf Classic Tournament, held in June each year. The all-day event features driving range practice, lunch, tournament, dinner, awards ceremony and silent auction. For more information, please contact Anna Stinson: firstname.lastname@example.org.