Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce Committees
Government Affairs Committee:
The Government Affairs Committee meets on monthly and researches, develops, and recommends action regarding legislation on a broad range of subjects including tax and fiscal policy, health care, and economic development issues. The committee also schedules legislative breakfasts to improve communication between businesses and legislators. For more information on the Government Affairs Committee, please contact Catherine Davis at 863-3489 ext. 206.
Regional Affairs Committee:
The Regional Affairs Committee meets monthly and serves as a forum for the development of policy on local and regional issues pertaining to planning and infrastructure development. The committee also develops and recommends actions on legislative issues relating to transportation and development. For more information on the Regional Affairs Committee, please contact Dawn Francis at 863-3489 ext. 210.
Summer Study Committees:
Summer Study Committees: Each summer the Chamber hosts several summer study committees to develop policies in preparation for the upcoming legislative session. The topics change annually in anticipation of legislative priorities. Committees typically meet four to six times over the course of the summer. Please contact Dawn Francis at 863-3489 ext. 210.
The Ambassadors Committee meets monthly and provides support to the Director of Member Development and Benefits in hosting Business After Hours events (including the annual Ambassadors' Silent Auction) and New Member Receptions, making monthly calls to new members and select the winner of the Chamber's entrepreneurial scholarship. Its mission is to foster public relations by acting as a liaison between the Chamber, its members and the community. For more information on the Ambassadors Committee, please contact Adam Brooks or 802-863-3489, ext. 220.
Working as an advisory group to the Chamber in its role as the seat of the Lake Champlain Valley Regional Marketing Program (RMP), the Tourism Committee focuses on promoting the region as a vacation destination. In addition, it works to educate the community of the positive impacts of tourism on the regional and state economy. For more information on the Regional Affairs Committee, please contact Tim Shea at 863-3489 ext. 203