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  • Committees

  • Committees are the ideal way to establish business relationships quickly, offering more small group and peer-to-peer opportunities. They are the vehicles that develop and drive initiatives which support our membership and community.

  • Professional Development Committee

    These business savvy members produce seminars and educational events that support development of industry and leadership acumen.

    When: Immediately after the Monthly Luncheon, 1:15 p.m.
    Where: Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, 9901 Midlothian Turnpike, Richmond 23235
    Chair: Howard Deskin, Impression Marketing, LLC


  • County & Regional Affairs Committee

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    These members maintain relationships with elected officials and government agencies while educating them on issues of importance to membership.  They craft and communicate pro-business policy positions and host the annual legislative reception.

    When: Fourth Wednesday of the month, 8:00 am 
    Where: SwimRVA, 5050 Ridgedale Parkway, Richmond 23234
    Chair: Bo Brown - Brown Signature Properties


  • ChesterfieldYP Committee

    The new initiative providing a platform for young professionals to engage in the Chesterfield Chamber and the community, while improving the county’s appeal and prominence as a preferred workplace and residence for young families.

    When: First Wednesday of the month, 12:00 p.m.
    Where: Chamber Conference Room, 9011 Arboretum Parkway, Richmond, VA 23236
    Chair: Scott Bennett, SwimRVA


  • Women’s Business Council (WBC)

    Empowering Dynamic Women Leaders
    The Women’s Business Council is an influential group of professional women striving to build successful businesses within Chesterfield County through collaborative initiatives, education, and networking.  Our focus is to empower and mentor one another personally and professionally while significantly contributing to our community.  

    When: Third Tuesday of the month, 8:00 a.m.
    Where: Urban Farmhouse, 13872 Coalfield Commons Place, Midlothian 23114
    Chair: Kim Taylor, Titan Auto & Tire

  • Membership Committee/Ambassadors

    The committee that literally lives by the Chesterfield Chamber’s value of “welcoming.” Members of this committee are often the first to engage prospective and new members. They evaluate member benefits and propose value enhancements; identify target industries and businesses for peer growth; and implement collaborative recruitment and retention strategies.

    When:  Last Thursday of the month, 4:00 p.m.
    Where: Essex Bank
    Chair: Bobby Young, Essex Bank
    Vice-Chair: Kurt Lights, RVA Insurance Agency, Inc


  • CHAMPS (Education) Committee

    Chamber Helping Achieve Meaningful Partnerships in Schools (CHAMPS)

    By fostering collaboration with our school division and maintaining a dialogue with the school board, these members identify engagement opportunities within Chesterfield County Public Schools. CHAMPS recognizes Chesterfield Chamber members for their work in schools through the All-Star program. The Champions program promotes engagement in mentorship programs that develop and support workforce development. Click here to learn how you can become involved!

    When: Third Wednesday of the month, 8:30 a.m.
    Where: CTC at Hull St
    Chair: Amy DuFour, Capital Ale House
    Vice-Chair: Jill Kochheiser, Bryant & Stratton College