One of the best ways to get the most out of your membership in The Chamber Jeffersontown is to take an active role in one of our committees. Below is a list of the committees, and a brief description of what each committee wishes to achieve.
Committee member talents: Sales, communication and a passion for all things Chamber!
* To be eligible for a seat on the Ambassador Committee you must be a Chamber member in good standing for at least three months, and participate in various Chamber events.
Planning: Meets monthly in The Chamber boardroom. This committee helps welcome new members, and contributes to membership growth by advocating The Chamber. Ambassadors promote membership by supporting events, making calls and completing site visits.
Action: Deliver welcome bags, retention call program, mentoring new members, and attend grand openings and ribbon cuttings.
Committee member talents: Budgets, accounting, and banking
*To be eligible for a seat on the Finance Committee you must have a background in financial planning.
Planning: Meets monthly to discuss and review the finances and budget for The Chamber.
Action: Financial planning for The Chamber
Committee member talents: Event planning, organized, civic and community involvement
Planning: Meets monthly to help plan and promote Chamber events and programs.
Action: Set up and volunteer for Business Expo, Have a Heart Program, Gaslight Festival events, Annual Meeting, etc.
Committee member talents: Education, training and workforce interests
Planning: Meets monthly in The Chamber boardroom to help develop programs to advance the future Jeffersontown area workforce.
Action: Recognizes educational accomplishments, volunteer, help educate The Chamber membership by implementing educational programs.
Legislative Policy Committee
Committee member talents: interest in public policy and government relations, knowledge of any political officials at federal, state or local levels.
Planning: meets as needed based on legislative policy activities (General Assembly sessions, etc.) and on legislative event planning.
Action: help develop Chamber public policy positions, help plan public policy events for Chamber members, help host elected officials visiting selected Chamber events, help survey members on legislative issues and provide results to interested parties.