Chamber Committees

Volunteers are the heart and soul of the Gilbert Chamber! When you serve on a committee, you can expect to build great connections and lasting friendships. Our committees help to support the growth and sustainability of the local business community.


Ambassadors Committee

Ambassador Recognition, summer 2018

Purpose: Serve to welcome new members, introduce prospective members, help engage members in the Chamber, advocate for the chamber, serve as hosts at ribbon cuttings and special events, and serve as mentors to new Chamber members.

Term: Ambassadors serve for six (6) months beginning in January or July of each year.

Meetings: Meetings are typically held the second Wednesday of each month at Noon.

The Ambassador Committee is a welcoming group of professionals with a common goal of helping other community members succeed. The role the Ambassadors play in helping build the Chamber is priceless. My personal and professional goals align well with this committee. I am honored to serve as the current chair since first joining the committee in 2014. Nikki Schaal, Committee Chair, Farm Bureau Financial Services - Nikki Schaal, LUTCF

Public Policy Committee

Good Government - District 12 event, winter 2019

Purpose: Research, evaluate, and recommend positions on town legislation, taxes, and other regulatory items impacting the business community; Serve as Independent Regulatory Advocate to mediate issues for members; Evaluate and recommend candidates for Chamber endorsement; Host and attend Good Government events to provide local businesses with access to elected officials and government leaders; and Host monthly Speakers Series updates.

Term: Ongoing. Members must meet minimum meeting attendance requirements.

Meetings: Meetings are typically held the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 4:00 p.m.

The Chamber’s advocacy role for local business cannot be overstated given the many regulatory hurdles like sign code, zoning ordinance, impact fees and business licensing. Having the Chamber work together with town staff and elected officials has been instrumental in making positive improvements that reduce the regulatory impact on our members, helping them succeed. G. Adam Baugh, Esq., Committee Chair, Withey Morris PLC

Small Business Council

Purpose: Provide resources and opportunities to support the needs of small businesses; organize subcommittees to facilitate the efforts of the Young Professionals and Women Empowered programs; and host ongoing GEM Talks.

Term: Ongoing. Members must meet minimum meeting attendance requirements.

Meetings: Meetings are typically held the second Friday of each month at 8:30 a.m.

Coming Soon Emily Evans, Committee Chair, Emily Evans Consulting

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