At the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce, we understand that nobody knows our business community better than the people who work it every day. That’s why those members serving on our committees are the life-blood of our organization. With dedicated individuals serving in a leadership capacity, each one does important work in support of the Chamber’s strategic mission.
Increase the Chamber’s membership retention through member engagement and support of events and programs. This committee welcomes new members into the organization by managing the welcome basket program. This committee makes recommendations to the Board of Directors regarding beneficial membership outreach actions taken by the Chamber.
Assures protection of member’s investments by overseeing the budget and financial progress of the organization. This committee makes recommendations to the Board of Directors regarding polices which keep the Chamber solvent and growing.
Strategize and support efforts to increase the health of the local & regional business community, as well as advocating for business-friendly policies in the City of Issaquah and King County.
Promote Chamber membership and retention by staying informed and abreast of governmental issues that affect the business community in the Greater Issaquah area. Monitor local, regional, and state business and education issues deemed important to the interests of the Chamber and the Greater Issaquah area. This committee shall recommend beneficial actions to the Board of Directors to be taken by the Chamber.
Promote Chamber membership and retention by creating quality educational programs for both adults and youth. Education programs will meet the current and future needs of the area's business community. Monitor local, regional, and state business and education issues deemed important to the interests of the Chamber and Issaquah. This committee shall recommend beneficial education related actions to be taken by the Chamber.
Support and carry out the processes involved with the successful implementation of Salmon Days by agreeing to be a team leader for a specific area of the festival. These assignments include: Retail, Marketing, Food Court, Non-Profits, Farmers Market, Volunteers, Parking, Signage, Info Booths, Entertainment, Xstream Team and more.
There is no question that serving on a committee can have a positive impact on your personal and professional life. Committee work can help you:
Build your leadership skills and grow your network as you collaborate with other passionate and talented professionals
Give your professional brand a boost by building awareness of your business through participation and the relationships you make while serving
And nothing feels better than putting your skills to good use and seeing positive change - giving you that burst of professional inspiration!
There are many ways to serve. Contact the Chamber to learn more!
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