Chamber Committees

In its continuing effort to address our community’s infrastructure, education, healthcare and membership needs, the Chamber has several task forces and committees to further its initiatives. Fill out the form (below) if you are interested in leading or joining any of the following task forces or committees.

Ambassadors
Chamber Ambassadors are volunteers who serve as liaisons for the Greater Pensacola Chamber. They play a vital role in partner retention, recruitment and communications by ensuring that partner needs, questions and concerns are heard and addressed by the Chamber. Selection is interview-based and restrictions do apply. For more information, call (850) 438-4081 or visit Ambassadors.

Education
The goal of the Education Committee is to support and advocate for a primary, secondary and post-secondary educational system that will provide a quality workforce for Escambia County. The committee will also seek ways to support training for the region’s existing workforce, which includes providing knowledge and skills needed to be successful in today’s rapidly changing business climate. For more information, contact Todd Thomson or visit Education.

Healthcare
The focus of the Healthcare Committee is to give business partners tools needed to create a healthy workplace for their employees. Through advocacy and education, the Healthcare Committee works to provide useful wellness information and resources for partners. Download your copy of the Live Well Northwest Florida Healthy Workplace Toolkit and be sure to visit livewellnwfl.org. For more information, contact Todd Thomson or visit Healthcare.

HR Managers Roundtable
The HR Managers Roundtable is designed for Chamber partners who are senior level human resources practitioners or small business owners who serve in a human resources capacity for their business to meet monthly and share in best practices and education in a small, confidential setting. Participation is intended specifically for Chamber partners who are directly in the practice of human resources and related functions. For more information, contact Libby Brown.

Industrial Council
The Industrial Council is a forum for Chamber partners who are in the Pensacola area industrial business to get together in an informal environment to discuss business issues and develop collaborative relationships that foster mutual growth. For more information, contact Lance Cook with Rubber and Specialties or visit Industrial Council.

Leadership Pensacola Alumni
The mission of Leadership Pensacola (LeaP) Alumni is to enhance, extend and strengthen a legacy of leadership in the community. The LeaP Alumni Association extends the Leadership Pensacola experience by fostering professional relationships, offering unique educational programs and promoting leadership. For more information, call (850) 438-4081, or visit LeapAlumni.com and/or Leadership Pensacola Alumni.

Partner Support and Programs
The goal of the Partner Support and Programs Committee is to help facilitate the design, implementation and promotion of the Chamber’s initiatives, programs and events. For more information, contact Loretto Dalmazzo.

Pensacola Business Synergy
The purpose of Pensacola Business Synergy is to generate leads, build relationships and share best business practices. The group meets bi-weekly and is first-come, first-serve on a proprietary basis for Chamber partners. For more information, call the Chamber at (850) 438-4081.

Success Coalition
Success Coalition is for managers and owners of companies that offer a combination of brainstorming, education, peer accountability and support in a private group setting to support each other with total honesty, respect and compassion. For more information, call the Chamber at (850) 438-4081.

Youth Leadership Pensacola
Youth Leadership Pensacola (LeaP) recognizes the important contribution young adults make in creating a strong, progressive community. Youth LeaP, a program for high school sophomores and juniors, encourages life-long responsible community participation. Through interaction and problem solving with peer and community leaders, students learn about current issues, community resources, and how they can influence the future of the Pensacola Bay Area. For more information, call (850) 438-4081 or visit Youth Leadership Pensacola.

If you are interested in serving on a Chamber committee, fill out the following form.

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