WE UTILIZE VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP through multiple councils and committees to provide members with the opportunity to serve and make their voices heard on policy matters, events, programs and activities managed by the Chamber. Many volunteer their time yearly to provide the pivotal direction that leads the organization.
The Chamber encourages participation, and in fact relies on the expertise of members to guide the actions of the organization. Service on a committee is an important way for businesses to play a relevant leadership role, increase the value of membership and increase visibility among member businesses. You must be a member in good standing to serve on a committee.
If you are interested in serving on one of our many committees, please fill out the form below and we will add you to that committee, and the committee chair will be in touch.
The Membership Development Committee works to ensure new and existing businesses in the Greater Wesley Chapel area are aware of the benefits of membership in the Chamber. While much emphasis is place on the recruitment of new members, the membership committee also serves as the liaison to existing members. The committee is charged with communicating the needs and expectations of the membership to the board.
The Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce serves as the voice of the business community. The committee ensures the interests of our member business are protected by participating in local, regional, state and federal advocacy efforts. Moreover the Committee serves as a hub for legislative and business related information relevant to our membership.
Economic Development Committee * open to the Premier Level Members and higher
Economic Development is a key element of any business and community success. The Economic development committee is made up of our Premium Level and above members and exists to encourage economic development in the Wesley Chapel Area through advocacy, policy and program development support for existing businesses and recruitment of new businesses. Current priorities are to position the Chamber as a regional leader, and serve as a resource partner with local economic development entities, and provide information on new developments and local government topics that may affect your business.
A critical component for attracting business to the metro region and the state is to ensure that there is a workforce that is educated and skilled. Indeed, our workforce of tomorrow is sitting in the classrooms of today. This committee works to facilitate partnerships between Chamber members, local businesses and local education systems through activities and events that are mutually beneficial.
The Education Committee provides a connection between the business community and educators, building partnerships that enhance the educational experience for students in Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce with Annual activities.
Women of Wesley Chapel (WOW)
This committee helps plan the speakers for the monthly breakfast, facilitate the meetings, and encourage participation among Chamber Members.
Ambassadors are highly visible, prestigious volunteers who serve as the Chamber’s primary liaison to new Chamber members. Considered the goodwill arm of the Chamber, the Ambassadors plays an essential role in member recruitment, communication and retention, and each Ambassador is charged with conveying member needs, questions and concerns to Chamber staff, keeping our Chamber in line with our members’ desires.