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Chamber Committees

Economic Development/Education: Two groups joined as one to connect business and education at the same table. This group of leaders discusses issues that impact business and quality of life in the area. Business owners are well aware of the importance of an educated workforce and are spending a great deal of time working with educators to enhance the educational system. This very prestigious group is a great way to network. The group meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 a.m., check with the Chamber for location. Open to all members. For further information contact Dale Kaye at 925.447.1606 ext. 202.

Government Affairs: Business and political leaders discuss issues that impact business and quality of life in the area. CEOs of new businesses are invited to tell the community about their business and why they decided to do business in Livermore. This group meets the third Wednesday of the month. For further information contact Dale Kaye at 925.447.1606 ext. 202.

Ambassador Task Force: The Ambassadors are the goodwill arm of the Chamber and the business community. They participate in ribbon cuttings, grand openings and other Chamber events. Ambassadors act as “special greeters” at the Chamber’s many activities, and they are responsible for introducing and welcoming new members. This group meets the third Tuesday of the month in the Livermore Valley Chamber Conference Room at 12 p.m. If you would like further information contact the Chamber at 925.447.1606 ext. 203.

Hispanic Business Council: The Livermore Valley Chamber Hispanic Business Council is designed to give Hispanic business owners more of a voice in the Chamber and the community. Its goal is also to teach other members about how to reach and sell to the Hispanic market. This group is a separate arm of Economic Development, but like Economic Development, provides networking opportunities and introduces business leaders to the Chamber membership and government officials. This group meets the second Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m. in the Livermore Valley Chamber Conference Room. For further information contact Martha Espinoza at 925.447.1606 ext. 201.

Leadership Livermore Program: Leadership Livermore is a nine-month (September-May) program of the Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the City of Livermore. The class, which is held one day each month, brings approximately 25 participants together to get a behind-the-scenes look at the community and to build relations with other leaders. Leadership Livermore is an ideal program for business executives and future leaders who will benefit from an instant “in” to who’s who in the community and the State of California.

All events are open to the general public.

Annual Board Installation & Gala
This elegant evening includes the installation of the incoming Chairman, Executive Officers and the Board of Directors.

Real Estate Roundup
This half-day event begins with a bus tour of new residential, commercial and governmental development in Livermore. It concludes with a luncheon program, where you will hear from experts on a variety of growth and development issues facing Livermore, and a business expo.

Wine Country Summer Luncheon Series
Enjoy the wonder of a mid-day break among the vineyards. Guest speakers will give entertaining and interesting presentations on local topics of interest.

Candidates Forum
This is an opportunity for the public to ask questions of candidates concerning the issues related to the election.

Dreammakers and Risktakers Award Luncheon
This event is to celebrate the wealth of innovators in the Tri-Valley and congratulate the companies and individuals whose inventions are changing the world.

Innovation Forum
Every year the Chamber puts on an event to showcase the technology and innovations coming out of the Tri-Valley area. This event emphasizes the fertile business environment in the Tri-Valley while recognizing new initiatives that come from our two national labs as well as a variety of companies and organizations who have reached ahead of the curve to do business differently. The Chamber partners with companies like AT&T to ensure a quality and inspiring event.

Chamber members host an open house at their business, inviting attendees to a first-hand view of their facilities, products or services. This also provides a great way to network with great entertainment, food and beverages.

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