• Each year, the Greater Statesville Chamber establishes a variety of committees to help advance its mission. Chamber members have the opportunity to become more involved. Serving on a committee allows you to connect with fellow business leaders at a deeper level while at the same time influencing Chamber programs and services.

    Welcome or recruit new members, develop business programs, share expertise, plan a banquet, even help develop Chamber policy… the opportunities are endless as you help bring people and businesses together. This type of interaction strengthens the fabric of the community’s commerce and helps businesses grow and prosper. The committees of the Chamber are listed below, along with a description of the work each does.

    If you are interested in being involved with one or more of these committees please contact Shannon Viera, sviera@statesvillechamber.org​

  • Ambassador Committee

    Strengthens the Chamber membership by communication with new and existing members. The group represents the Chamber at ribbon cuttings, grand openings and networking events. They provide outreach and services to Chamber members; provide outreach to new businesses and prospective members in support of the Chamber and aid the members in making the most of their membership benefits.

    Meets Monthly 1st Wednesday | Civic Center

    Business Advocacy Council

    Ensures that decisions made by government agencies are in the best interests of the commercial, industrial, agricultural, civic and residential interests of the Greater Statesville community and to advocate for business interest.

    Meets Monthly 1st Thursday | I-Care office

    Education and Workforce Development Committee

    Provides quality educational opportunities to meet the needs of business members and share information between the Greater Statesville of Commerce and educational institutions, which will support both the business and education interests of the community.

    Meets Monthly 3rd Tuesday | Kirkman House, Mitchell CC

    Events Committee

    Identifies, recommends and implements approved Chamber events for the community of Greater Statesville to generate operating revenues for the Chamber. To develop and implement events to showcase our region as a place to do business and to increase jobs. To provide a forum for promotion of the area businesses to other businesses in a non-traditional setting in order to expand exposure of the participating businesses and Chamber.

    Iredell Health Forum Committee

    Serves as a catalyst to develop, nurture, and empower an effective continuum of care for citizens of Iredell County.

    Group Meets Monthly 2nd Tuesday | Westmoreland Center, Gordon Hospice House | Committee Meetings Quarterly | Westmoreland Center, Gordon Hospice House

    Leadership Statesville Advisory Committee (subcommittee under Education and Workforce Development)

    Identifies potential community leaders and provides them with information and encouragement, which will enable them to put their talents to use in the community.

    Class Meets Monthly 3rd Thursday | Various locations | Advisory Meetings 3rd Monday | Chamber office

    Membership Committee

    Develops and implements approved Chamber programs which will result in Chamber membership growth and retention. The Membership Committee researches ways to add benefit and value to the membership. Volunteers become part of a critical team that helps recruit and retain members. The committee plans and implements membership related programs and works to recruit a diverse membership base representative of the business community.

    Meets Monthly 4th Wednesday | Chamber office

    Statesville Leading Ladies Committee

    Strives to support, encourage, build relationships, network and educate women in business.

    Group Meets Monthly 4thTuesday | Hilton Garden Inn | Committee Meetings Monthly| Various locations

    SURGE – Young Professionals Committee (subcommittee under Education and Workforce Development)

    Connects, enhances and inspires Greater Statesville’s young professionals to make a positive difference within the community. Through development, attraction and retention, SURGE seeks to accelerate the influence of diverse emerging leaders, leading to positive community growth.

    Group Meets Monthly 3rd Friday | Fourth Creek Brewing Co. | Advisory Meetings Quarterly | Chamber office

    Talent Attraction Committee (subcommittee under Education and Workforce Development)

    Actively participates in the planning and implementation of talent attraction programs and education opportunities.

    Meets Monthly 2nd Tuesday | Chamber office

    Troutman Business Council

    Educates and engages residents and businesses of Troutman to cultivate economic development opportunities and enhance the quality of life. 

    Meets Monthly 1st Tuesday | Troutman Town Hall

    Youth Leadership Advisory Committee (subcommittee under Education and Workforce Development)

    Coordinates with Iredell-Statesville Schools’ students from diverse backgrounds, who have a commitment to quality leadership, will experience opportunities for personal growth and increased awareness of the community and county.

    Class Meets Monthly 2nd Wednesday | Various locations | Advisory Meetings TBD

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