The Community Engagement Committee (CEC) works to facilitate positive connections, partnerships, and programs between businesses, non-profits, and other community groups and organizations in the greater Dulles area. We also hold occasional informal workshops.
For updates on the committee schedule and to be added to the email list please contact Jay Johnson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hospitality Committee will be on the fourth Thursday of each month from 11am – 12 noon at the Dulles Regional Chamber office in Chantilly.
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 email@example.com or Sharon at Sharon.Meyers@marriott.com.
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:
September 4 Public and Private Schools, Adult Service Providers, Disability Mentoring- Impact the Future Workforce
October 2 Economic Development – Workforce Needs and Gaps
November 6 Hospitality- Workforce Needs and Gaps
December 4 Healthcare- Workforce Needs and Gaps
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The Hispanic Business Council (HBC) offers a “Lunch and Learn” experience every 1st Thursday of the month from 12pm to 1pm, with continued networking through 1:30pm is encouraged! Each Lunch and Learn provides a speaker on any number of topics planned for the year. Hispanic business-owners/entreprenuers and those seeking to connect with Hispanic business and community are welcome. Lunch is served along with coffee and tea.
The Dulles Corridor benefits from its strategic location. Encompassing and bordering almost all the economic hot spots in Northern Virginia, the Dulles region epitomizes the vibrancy, acumen, and community that makes our area one of the most attractive places for business in the entire country.
Sterling is a pivotal element in the success of our region. Through their involvement with the Washington Dulles International Airport, Sterling businesses are acutely aware of the importance of global commerce and the commitment needed to maintain strong ties with the local community. And with a population of around 30,000, Sterling has the potential for growth that some parts of Northern Virginia cannot support.
The Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Sterling Committee is here to bring the business and non-profit community in Sterling together to network and share their vision and observations on Sterling and to help broaden Sterling’s role in building the Dulles Corridor’s economic success.
Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professionals Group is a dynamic group of emerging leaders who enjoy networking and connecting in an approachable atmosphere to create personal and professional relationships that play a key role in our development and success, now and in the future. We are a diverse group of ambitious professionals from all industries who are looking to find inspiration, gain knowledge, build relationships and impact the community.
The Young Professionals Committee offers to the members the opportunity to both leverage their youth and learn how to be more effective – and successful – business people. The committee offers a unique combination of networking, mentoring and skills building and giving back to the community. We believe that the more informed, involved and well networked young professionals are, the greater the chance to have more influence on what the region becomes.
Ignite for growth’s aim is to be an educational culture for community awareness with property growth and development in the northern Virginia region. Our goal is to showcase urban growth and development though property highlights, educational series, vendor night outs, mixers and share success stories. Participation on this committee will also entail planning these events, ideally to highlight property and development in the area. We strive to establish significant leadership roles for all levels involved. Our success relies on engaged committed volunteers to fulfill its mission.