The Ambassador Committee team’s purpose is to enhances the membership experience by connecting with new members during their first year with the Chamber promoting taking advantage of member benefits and overall engagement. This Committee convenes the last Tuesday of every month and directly contributes to the overall success of the Chamber by strengthening membership engagement.
Building relationships and opportunities between construction and related industry services.Meetings convene the first Wednesday of every month to plan programming during the year. Involvement in this committee will provide you with new vendor resources as well as advance business intelligence of future opportunities.
The Emerging Leaders Committee is one of the most important initiatives of the MC! The ELN’s focus is to strengthen and expand the business connections and leadership skills for both young entrepreneurs as well as young executives climbing the ranks of the corporate ladder. Interaction and engagement with other entrepreneurs and seasoned executives will provide invaluable connections and business intelligence. Meetings convene the third Wednesday of every month to plan committee programming such as pod casts, seminars and networking events.
Reenergize non-active members by re-introducing them to the vast networking, marketing and community involvement initiatives of the Chamber. The committee will work with members going into their 2nd or 3rd year of renewals that specifically have not been involved for over a 6-month period. The Committee will meet on the first Tuesday of each quarter to share best practices, address questions and review the tracking reports.
Not For Profit organizations and charities help provide the strong quality of life we enjoy in the greater Meadowlands. The goal of this committee is to encourage and support area nonprofits by providing resources, guidance and visibility to connect with the business community. The result of which often leads to a greater awareness of the your organization making it easier to attract future Board members and grow corporate giving. Meetings convene the second Wednesday of every month to plan committee programming and events during the year.
The Professional Women’s Initiative (PWI) is focused on planning and providing three annual events (one per quarter) geared to enhance the working environment of women. Events will be open to all members looking to develop skills, promote leadership, contribute to the community, and network. The committee will meet monthly to oversee the planning and development of each program. The PWI meets every third Thursday after the Monthly Networking Meeting.
This group consists of members with an interest or business expertise in technology. The Committee helps the Chamber to offer initial tech insight, advice and solutions to Chamber members at no cost. The Tech Committee also provides “Tech Tips” content in Meadowlands Magazine print and digital editions. Meetings convene the third Tuesday of every month to network and plan committee programming for the year.
Designed specifically for the largest segment of Chamber membership, the Small Business Council provides business programming via networking, information sessions and Business Owner Roundtable Groups that resemble a Board of Directors discussing best practices and advising on encountered business situations. The SBC hosts a monthly workshop to address topics of interest to small business owners & executives.
The TAC is comprised of destination related businesses (Stay, Play, Eat or Shop) who assist and advise the MLCVB (Meadowlands Live – Convention & Visitors Bureau) with tactics and strategies to attract business meetings, conferences and visitors to this destination. Network with other professionals and business owners as we develop important initiatives helping us to strengthen our region as a primary destination. Meetings are held during the year to report ongoing developments on Tourism policy and MLCVB programming.