ChamberRVA is fortunate to have a number of volunteers that generously give of their time and talents to benefit not only the organization, but the business community as a whole. Many thanks to members of the following committees for your commitment to the business community.
Select a committee below to learn more.
The Audit Committee oversees the annual independent audit of the Chamber’s financial statements and encourages effective governance practices including review of Chamber policies and potential conflicts of interest.
The branding committee is responsible for oversight of the development and delivery of the Chamber’s overall brand, as well as establishing and driving the brand of the Richmond business community. The committee focuses on disseminating to the region the contributions (jobs, service, innovation, economic development, etc.) of the business community—with an emphasis on Chamber members, of course.
ChamberRVA’s Business Councils are governed by a cabinet of volunteers from the business community who lend time, talent, and resources to support its mission. Add: The Chair of each Cabinet also serves on the Business Council Forum Committee to ensure a regional and coordinated focus of programming across jurisdictions.
The ChamberWomen Committee creates a unique experience for professional women to build community, network, connect and engage with other smart, motivated women in greater RVA by fostering dialogue and inspiring personal and professional growth.
The Chamber’s HYPE program brings together young professionals (ages 21-40) in the Greater Richmond Region through social, educational and professional development programs, community involvement and networking events.
ChamberRVA’s IMPACT Award recognizes businesses that have demonstrated an impact in the RVA Region economically, in the community, for their employees as well as other outstanding accomplishments.
The Innovation Committee is responsible for the direction of the Chamber’s creativity and innovation initiative, including development and execution of events and ideas to further attract and retain the best and brightest young people to RVA, and to establish RVA as a nationally renowned hotbed of creativity and innovation.
The Leadership Development Committee is responsible for the development of volunteers for business leadership both within the Chamber and the community. In this upcoming Chamber fiscal year, the committee will focus on providing leadership opportunities through our Governing 804 Program to local leaders who currently hold office in our region and to leaders who one day aspire to.
The Member Value Committee’s objective is to provide oversight for the process of engaging members and measuring the results of our efforts to increase member value. With the goal of enhancing and assessing the value of Chamber membership and continuing to identify ways to provide a quality experience for all members.