Prince William Chamber of Commerce


You will meet many Ambassadors at events because that is one of the ways they have committed to provide support. You will recognize them by their Platinum Ambassador Name Badges, and your experience of them will be that they ask questions about you and your business and introduce you to other members whom you should meet. In fact, they’re so concerned with your success, you may even have to ask them what they do for a living!UbreakIfix4

As a new member, you should get a call from an Ambassador, welcoming you to the Chamber and inviting you to an upcoming event.  Many members of the Ambassador Committee also serve as Chamber Mentors. Mentors meet with you, get to know your business better, and help formulate a plan for the most effective way for you to make use of your chamber membership.

If you’d like to know more about becoming an Ambassador/Mentor, please contact Debbie Jones at 571-765-1877 or

You don’t have to be a new member to spend time with a Mentor!  If you want to request a Mentor, please contact Peggy Kimmey at 571-765-7567 or

Thanks to our 2016-2017 Ambassadors:

  • Co-Chair: Liz Witt-Lee, Organized Solutions of NVA
  • Co-Chair: Michael Whitlock, Transaction Expert
  • Board Representative: Jackie Krick, ECU Communications

  • Amy Rodina, Arbonne International
  • Marie White, Brock Norton Insurance
  • Joe Turpin, New Media Horizons
  • Jim Hollis, Century 21 Redwood Realty
  • Jan Sutton, Farmers Insurance
  • Denise McCall, McCall Design Studio, Visual Communications
  • Maureen Blake, MP Copiers
  • Jo McCabe, Mr. Handyman
  • Eugene Brown, Northern Virginia Checker Cab
  • Jinnae Monroe, Professionals by Design
  • Susan Jacobs, Samson Properties
  • Dr. Sabrina Ricks, SBR Workplace Consultation Services
  • Debbie Jewell, SharpComm
  • Karl Stalknecht, Slable IT Solutions
  • Andrew Olson, US Logoworks


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