Join us for a fun workshop that will help you Focus on your goals for 2020.
Think of images and words that you want to manifest, i.e. a new car, vacation, business goals, etc. – Elise Woodworth and Tammy Meyer will guide and help you create your Vision Board.
January 21st 4:30-6:30pm at ArtSpace Herndon.
We will provide all magazines and materials, but bring any industry specific material that speaks to you.
Wine, snacks and all materials provided.
TIME CHANGED FOR THIS MEETING!
Hospitality Committee will be on the fourth Thursday of each month from 11 AM – 12 noon / 12:30 PM.
The Chair for the committee is Sharon Meyers from Westfields Marriott.
All are welcome – scores of hotels, restaurants, entertainment and support industries are attending.
Any questions, contact John Boylan firstname.lastname@example.org or Sharon at Sharon.Meyers@marriott.com.
A Happy Hour with a Purpose:
Dulles Five-O . . . a committee focused on the commerce and community along Route 50 in the Dulles Region.
The traffic and transportation concerns are daily in this region and impact our business, non-profits and residents.
Our committee structure has been successful with Herndon, Sterling, Centreville and now the Route 50 corridor.
We bring our members and non-members together to hear from local officials and community leaders and share concerns and solutions.
If you are connected to Route 50 from Chantilly, Pleasant Valley, South Riding, Arcola, Lenah, Aldie – come have your voice heard.
Whether you are a new member or just trying to figure out if joining a Chamber is right for your business, you will find spending some time with us over lunch and will help you decide your next steps.
Val Kaiser, Chair of the Board, will give you insights into how and why the Dulles Chamber is fast becoming the Chamber of choice for small and medium sized businesses in the region.
It is the mission of the Health & Wellness Committee to promote the physical fitness and emotional wellbeing of Chamber members and their employees through innovative evidenced based approaches.
These include the following calls to action:
The Workforce and Education Committee of the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce is where business, education and community stakeholders connect to develop a diverse, skilled workforce to meet our region’s current and approaching demands.
This month, we plan to discuss special interest groups: (Young Professionals, Seniors, Veterans and Teens) gaps and opportunities.
Other upcoming topics:
December 4 Healthcare- Workforce Needs and Gaps
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