Concord has been rated one of the safest and best places to live, not only in New Hampshire, but in the country.
The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce enjoys the support of many important committees that help carry out the programs and services we provide to our members and the Greater Concord business community. Our committees are made up of fellow chamber members who volunteer their time and efforts to help make this organization strong and maximize our positive community impact. If you’re interested in participating on a committee, please submit the form below or contact the staff liaison.
Ambassadors establishes and strengthens personal contact with new and existing Chamber members and serves as the public relations arm of the Chamber.
Meets the first Wednesday of the month, 4 p.m. at the Chamber. Staff liaison: Gabriel Szczepanik
Run by the Chamber for more than two decades, CASL encourages high school sophomores from schools throughout the region to become active and effective participants and future leaders in their communities through exposure to the historical, cultural, environmental and civic aspects of Greater Concord.
Meets the third Wednesday of the month, 7:30 a.m. at the Chamber. Staff liaison: Bryanna Marceau
Each year, teachers from throughout the region are encouraged to submit grant proposals (up to $1,000) for innovative programs not covered by school budgets. Grants are evaluated and measured in terms of their effectiveness in better preparing students for entering the workplace. Staff liaison: Bryanna Marceau
CYPN is a professional and personal development initiative designed to offer networking, community involvement and social opportunities for young professionals who live or work in the Concord area. CYPN hosts a monthly networking event on the third Wednesday of the month, locations vary. Other CYPN initatives include the Annual Wellness Series and CYPN Gives.
Committee meets the last Monday of the month, 5:30 p.m. at the Chamber. Staff liaison: Bryanna Marceau
Creative Concord grew from an initiative in which arts, business and community leaders led a study to measure the creative economy in our region. These individuals formed Creative Concord to create and facilitate a long-range strategic plan and overall strategies for building and maximizing the creative capital of the Greater Concord region.
Meets the first Tuesday of the month at 8 a.m. Staff liaison: Tim Sink
The DEI committee is a subcommittee of the Board of Directors. This group of individuals is dedicated to researching and strategizing ways to increase the Chamber's diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
Staff liaison: Tim Sink
Help plan and run the Annual Funds for Education Golf Tournament held each year at Beaver Meadow Golf Course.
Meets the last Monday of the month, noon at the Chamber. Staff liaison: Trieste Philbrook
This program fosters civic pride and awareness in Greater Concord and promotes the development of those who will assume leadership roles in the community.
Steering Committee meets the second Wednesday of the month, 8 a.m. at the Chamber. Staff liaison: Bryanna Marceau
This committee reviews and monitors information that affects businesses from a local perspective. The committee informs Chamber members as key public issues arise.
Meets the second Friday of the month, 11:45 a.m., locations vary. Staff liaison: Tim Sink
This committee defines and formulates positions on public issues, executes the Chamber’s agenda and provide information to members on business issues at the state level. The committee reports back to our members.
Meets the third Friday of the month, 8 a.m. at the Chamber. Staff liaison: Tim Sink
Met with business leaders & city officials at @ConcordChamber this morning to talk about initiatives at the Executive Council related to the Capital City. Infrastructure & public health continue to be a big focus across District 2. What issue is most important to you? #NHPolitics pic.twitter.com/jxM30nXlkl— Cinde Warmington (@CindeWarmington) February 4, 2022