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  • Committees, Groups, and Forums


  • Every member company has specific reasons for joining the Chamber.  Whether you are here to voice your concerns to the government through business advocacy, to network with other members to build strong professional relationships, or to learn more technical and business skills, the Chamber has an array of groups and committees that will help you reach your goals and meet your needs.

     

     

     

    Board of DirectorsBoard of Directors

    Like any other nonprofit corporation, the Chamber is governed by a Board of Directors.  These members are elected to confer and decide the path the Chamber as a whole will take, to approve or reject letters from the Chamber to government agencies, to determine the activities and events that the Chamber will put on, and are primary decision-making committee of the Chamber.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Ambassadors

    With so many opportunities and programs available with Chamber membership, it can be overwhelming for a new member to take in and learn which programs to take advantage of based on their business.  That’s where Ambassadors come in.  This group of dedicated, active Chamber members take new members under its wing, meets with them immediately after joining to get to know the new member’s needs and guides them for the first few months to the events and programs that will most benefit them.

     

     

     

     

     

    Legislative Roundtable

    Whether you are a business who works closely with the government or you are your business's community outreach person, you might want to consider attending the Legislative Roundtable.  This meeting has a featured speaker on a public sector topic and regular updates from our local cities, agencies and elected officials.  

    All members of the Chamber and the public are welcome to attend.  Use this committee as an opportunity to network with public sector leaders or just learn more about what is going on in your local community!

     

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    Conejo Senior Resource NetworkConejo Senior Resource Network

    The Conejo Senior Resource Network is a trusted resource for information, education and services to the senior population, their families and caregivers in the Conejo Valley.  Composed of businesses and professionals in all aspects of senior care, including assisted living and assistive living technology, home health care, legal, real estate, and hospice care, to name just a few, this group is an alliance of businesses dedicated to helping seniors live comfortably and guiding adult children through the challenges encountered with aging parents.

     

     

     

     

    Education CommitteeEducation & Workforce Development Committee

    This collection of education professionals from the Las Virgines Unified School District, the Conejo Valley Unified School District and the private and public local universities come together to share ideas, solve problems that arise in the education field.  

    If your business is education-related, if your target client market is young families or if you have a general interest in local education, consider attending this committee.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Emerging Leaders Happy HourEmerging Leaders

    Emerging Leaders is a group of young and talented business professionals under 40, interested in networking, building friendships, and serving our community through various civic activities.  EL is open to all professionals from the age of 21-39, Chamber membership is not required to be part of this group.  The groups hosts a monthly “EL Happy Hour”, the first Wednesday of the month, at local restaurants to provide young professionals with a place to meet and connect. The group also partners with varies nonprofit organizations to assist with community service and fundraising projects.

     

     

     

    IgniteCV

    This group is dedicated to nurturing a culture of technology startups in the Conejo Valley.  Intended to prevent losing our brilliant tech-savvy residents and entrepreneurs to Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Santa Barbara and Silicon Valley, IgniteCV connects tech entrepreneurs with each other and with mentors, helps them turn their idea into a full-fledged business, and advocates on their behalf to ensure that the cities can support their needs.  Free to members and non-members alike. 

     

     

     

    Networking Groups

    Business connections are a major benefit of Chamber membership.  To increase this benefit, many members opt to join a networking group within the Chamber for more frequent and closely-knit connections.  To learn more or to join a group, contact the group leader below.

     

    Synergy Business Connections  

    Debbie Soden, Coldwell Banker  (805) 300-0936

     

    The Business Breakfast Network  

    Debbie Morris, Deb's Hair Hair Hair  (805) 8892692

     

     

     

     

    GIFT for Women

    Sepideh Yeoh, Un1teee, (805) 509-2207

     

    SPARK- Ignite Your Business

    Joe Joyce, Coldwell Banker, (805) 230-3341

     

    NEXXUS

    Jade Mule, Keller Williams, (805) 550-4775

     

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