Committees are a great way to take full advantage of your Pickerington Area Chamber Membership. We are a member-driven organization; Chamber committees make decisions regarding the direction of our efforts in government relations, business advocacy, programming, and events. Participation in committees is open to all members in good standing. Have a say in how your Chamber is run: Join a Committee!
Questions? Contact Jeff at 614.837.1958 x103 or email@example.com
The Ambassador Committee assists in increasing engagement and retention rates by welcoming new members, visiting/calling less-engaged and nonrenewing members, encouraging involvement, explaining benefits, answering questions, and making members feel appreciated. Essentially, ambassadors help keep the channels of communications open between the membership, Chamber staff, and the Chamber’s Board of Directors. Monthly meetings are held to receive contacts and stay up-to-date on Chamber initiatives. An Ambassador needs to be in a position that allows the freedom and time necessary to fulfill the duties of the committee.
The Business Advisory & Advocacy Council is committed to helping all businesses—new and established, successful and struggling, big and small—to reach their goals. We strive to be a trusted resource and a liaison with local government. Our meetings include reports on economic development in the area, visiting speakers to help us understand how the City and Township operate, and information so we can knowledgably advocate for issues that support a positive, pro-active business environment.
The Programming Committee assists in the planning and development of Membership Luncheon topics, securing speakers, and assisting with other events as needed. Committee members review survey feedback and discuss future topics and speakers. Committee members with connections throughout the Columbus Region can help us engage new speakers and bring fresh topics to our members!
Golf. The Golf Committee assists in the planning and development of the annual PACC Golf Classic in July. Committee members will assist in securing sponsorships/raffle prizes, marketing the outing, and if needed, volunteer at the event. This committee will meet in the spring leading up to the date of the event.
Business Summit Planning. The Business Summit Planning Committee assists in the planning and development of the PACC Annual Business Summit topics, securing speakers, setting the agenda, and if necessary, volunteering at the event. This committee will meet until the September Summit.
Women's Leadership Coalition. The WLC Committee assists in the planning and development of Women’s Leadership topics and securing speakers, as well as securing monthly breakfast sponsors. Committee members will also assist in the nomination process for the ATHENA Leadership Award, as well as the planning of the annual Day of ATHENA. Participation requires membership in the WLC ($75/year).
Annual Dinner. The Annual Dinner Committee assists in the planning of the PACC Annual Awards Dinner & Silent Auction in May. Committee members will assist in securing silent auction items, marketing the event, and inviting members to attend. Committee members may also be asked to volunteer at the event and assist in securing sponsorships. This committee meets in the months leading up to the May Annual Dinner.
To learn more or to register for a committee, please contact Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeff at email@example.com.