Prince William Chamber of Commerce

Committees and Councils

Tailor your Chamber experience, staying involved and informed in areas of interest to their businesses. Involvement in these groups is also a great way to grow professionally and even hone leadership skills. Last but not least, Committees and Councils offer focused networking as you work alongside professionals with common interests.

Committees empower members to take an active role in bringing the Chamber mission to life. Committees strengthen Chamber programs and operations while advancing individual business success, economic opportunity and a high quality of life in Prince William.

Councils bring together members with a shared industry or business concern. In these groups, members are able to identify trends within their field, participate in Council-specific programming and connect with fellow Council members.

Please note that the meeting times below are when these committees normally meet; to confirm the time and location of this month’s meeting, please visit our online calendar.

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Business Growth

Business Growth

Meets quarterly at 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.

Exploring Resources & Opportunities.  A think-tank that identifies critical business needs, and through their Guest Speaker series promotes business growth agencies, products and services in the region.  Contact Suzanne Lewis to learn more.

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Positions Prince William as a premier business location and promotes strong economic environment & pro-business policy; typically meets 3rd Tuesday, 9:30 am at Chamber HQ. Committee does not meet in August. Contact Brendon Shaw to learn more.

Education & Innovation

Education & Innovation Committee 

Meets the 1st Tuesday monthly at 9:15am – 10:30am

Developing Our Workforce for Today & Tomorrow.  Facilitates partnerships between Chamber members, local businesses, educational institutions, and school systems through activities and events that are mutually beneficial.  Locations can vary so please contact Suzanne Lewis to learn more.




Ambassadors play a pivotal role in the success of our Chamber; building and increasing awareness, visibility & membership for the Prince William Chamber of Commerce.  They also help recruit new members while increasing retention by supporting and involving members in programs, events and opportunities provided by the Chamber.

Ambassadors are experienced members of the Chamber, so we have some criteria that an “Ambassador in Training” must meet, including:

  • The member must be actively engaged and participating in Chamber events and functions for a minimum of 3 months prior to being invited to join the Ambassador Committee;
  • The Chamber member must be invited by an Ambassador Committee Co-Chair or Chamber staff member to join the Ambassador Committee.

For more information (or to ask for an invitation), please contact Membership Engagement Specialist, Peggy Kimmey.



Plan & organize various Chamber events; typically meets as needed. Contact Kaitlyn Britton to learn more.

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Government Contracting

Government Contracting

Meeting dates and times vary.

Programs for large & small contractors to exchange information on the latest trends and regulations, and create mutually beneficial partnerships with local, state and federal agencies.  Programs include 6 Breakfasts, a Matchmaker – Victory in Procurement (VIP) Event, and a Chamber Business After Hours featuring Government Contracting.  Contact Suzanne Lewis for more information.

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Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness 

Meeting dates and times vary.

Promotes Wellness in the Workplace.  Connects businesses and individuals with preventative measures and services available to improve health & quality of life. Programs include a Health & Wellness Luncheon, Affordable Care Act Update Breakfasts, and partnering with regional organizations in health & wellness events. Contact Suzanne Lewis for more information.



Meets the 1st Tuesday, 1:00-2:00 p.m. on the ODD numbered months.

Develops partnerships with regional Hispanic organizations & Chambers through their Guest Speaker series, special events, and Chamber Business After Hours that features Hispanic business.Contact Suzanne Lewis for more information.

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Meets the 1st Thursday, monthly at 12:00.-1:00 p.m.

A resource to share volunteer information and opportunities through their Guest Speaker series that targets their needs, field trips to NFPs organizations to promote their missions, and a KOI Pond Project when a fledgling NFP shares their challenges with a group of experiences Executive Directors.  Contact Suzanne Lewis for more information.  


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Meets the 2nd Thursday, monthly at 9:00-10:00 a.m.

Collaborates with Veteran organizations and offices that educate, train, mentor and provide opportunities for employment of Veterans. Programs include a Guest Speaker series, hosting Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Seminars, attending Job & Career Fairs, the Annual Salute to the Armed Services event, and a Chamber Business After Hours featuring the Veterans Council.  Contact Suzanne Lewis for more information.

Veterans Council Sponsored by Mark Toone, New York Life:





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