C-Suite 16 is an opportunity for 30 emerging leaders to attend an evening with a local C-Suite business or community executive.
Registered participants will enjoy a short networking session followed by an authentic conversation with the featured C-Suite leader. Not only are these sessions a great way to learn from RVA’s talented leadership pool, but also to cultivate relationships with your peers.
Launching Series III
Our first and second C-Suite16 series sold out within a couple days of their launch. Now we’re offering Series III featuring four leaders, all with different backgrounds and personalities.
Series III Featured Leaders:
Each session is $30. To purchase a subscription to all 4 sessions for $110 please register for the 1st session and select Series III Subscription
The cost for each C-Suite session is $30 and includes wine, beer & light snacks. A subscription to all 4 sessions is available for $110.
- 5:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. – Networking reception among participants and invited leader
- 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. – Casual facilitated discussion with invited leader
We are excited to host this program at our offices. The address is 919 East Main Street, 17th Floor, Richmond, VA 23219. Parking is available for $4 cash in our building.
Participation will be limited to the first 30 who register. Graduates of the Chamber’s popular MENTOR Richmond & RVA Leadership Lab programs will be given preference.
For more information please contact Austin Kitchen at 783-9315 or Austin.Kitchen@ChamberRVA.com
C-Suite 16 offers a fantastic opportunity to engage with local leaders on what skills have led to their successes, as well as their perspective on the Richmond market. I really enjoyed how the discussion covered a wide range of topics and I appreciated the candidness of the speaker.
The C-Suite 16 session with Sherri Brach offered unparalleled access to an esteemed RVA business leader. Frequently, you can hear a person of this caliber as a keynote speaker at a large conference. It’s not often you get the opportunity to mingle with them and sit across the table to hold a discussion. I learned a lot from Sherri and was inspired to get more involved in the community.