We encourage our members to participate and be active in their membership. Let your voice be heard, your opinion matter and share your ideas to build a better future for our region. You can sign up for one or more. Just get involved in what area you feel you would have the most impact.
Small Business Committee
Taylor Barker- Vice Chairman, Providence Bank
To assist membership staff to effectively communicate Chamber value to members and the community. This committee directs ambassadors, volunteer at ribbon cuttings, grand openings, chamber events, and help to provide an increase to membership participation.
Scott Edwards- Vice Chairman, Nomaco
To serve as the "Voice of Business" in areas of public policy and to promote discussion on political issues as they are deemed to impact our business climate and community; regularly attends City Council meetings and NC delegations to Washington, D.C. and communicates legislation of interest to membership via local, state and federal information/committee research.
Economic Development Committee
David Joyner- Vice Chairman, Joyner Media & Strategies, Inc.
To promote and encourage the development, revitalization, reinvestment and beautification of all areas of the Twin Counties region; to engage with the region's efforts in establishing a branding initiative and engage that initiative to support future economic development and community growth.
Ambassadors are volunteers who serve as liaisons between the Chamber and it's membership, providing business mentoring and visitations throughout the year. Ambassadors are actively engaged at all Chamber events such as ribbon cuttings and grand openings. These are highly motivated members who volunteer their time to maintain communication with a select number of businesses and to ensure that they maximize their Chamber investment. The Ambassadors are led by their Chair, Amanda Bell of Rocky Mount Family Medical Center.
More ways to get involved!
Leadership Twin Counties Program
The Leadership Twin Counties Program is a leadership development program offered to all residents that the participants learn about everything from education to health care; government to business ethics. If you are new to the community or to business, this is a must. This is a fee-based program. For more information click the file below.
Become a Board Member
The management of the Chamber of Commerce and it's property and assets shall be vested in a Board of Directors consisting of no less than fifteen (15) and no more than twenty-two (22) elected members, plus the officers and directors who have been otherwise appointed or elected. For more information on how to become a board member, please contact us directly.