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Committees

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The Detroit Regional Chamber’s success would not be possible without the support of volunteers. Get involved and tell us what Chamber committees you are interested in.

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Ambassador Committee

  • Ambassadors assist other members by introducing them to the benefits and services of membership and serve as a one-on-one contact help them get the most of their membership.
  • Must be an active Chamber member for at least one year, participate in events throughout the year, and must be comfortable in social settings with new, old and potential members.

Energy & Environment Committee

  • Examines environmental and energy regulation at the state and federal level. The areas we examine include: air, land and water.
  • Participants meet quarterly and must be in the energy, utility, environment or regulatory fields.

Public Relations & Marketing Advisory Panel

  • PR/Marketing Advisory Council advises the Chamber on providing strategic communication and opportunities for members across the 10-county region.
  • Comprised of public relations, marketing, advertising, media, event planning, fundraising and graphics professionals, this group focuses on the Chamber’s benefits, events, services, public policy communication, branding and other initiatives.

Talent Retention/Internships & Co-Ops

  • Connect with the Chamber to hire college interns and/or co-op students and help in promoting internships throughout the region to retain more of our Michigan college graduates in the Detroit region. Visit www.InternInMichigan.com for more information.

Tax Policy Committee

  • This committee analyzes legislative proposals addressing taxation and its impact on business. This committee also works to develop new policies for review by the Board of Directors and advocacy by the government relations team.
  • Members of the committee are generally certified public accountants, other tax professionals or government relations professionals.

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  • Strategically plans our future logistics and mobility resources, which will allow the Detroit region to create a comprehensive transportation vision with prime access to trade in North America. This group takes inventory of our current assets, assesses our future economic development and growth goals, determines projects and advocates for resource allocations to achieve those goals.
  • Participants must be in the transportation, logistics, shipping, freight, mobility or distribution fields.

Please note: some committees have certain requirements, time commitments and size limitations. Contact Robin Reinhart for additional details.

Contact
  • Robin
  • Reinhart
  • Member Relations Coordinator
  • rreinhar@detroitchamber.com

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