Councils and Policy Committees
The Georgia Chamber’s nine Councils are also led by a board-level chairperson and provide guidance in areas such as organizational strategy, resource development, promotion, and engagement. Councils work to address annual goals and collectively work toward executing the Chamber’s long-term strategic plan.
- Human Resources Council
- Diversity & Inclusion Council
- Federation Council
- Government Affairs Council
- Political Affairs Council
- Marketing and Communications Council
- Operations and Financial Planning Council
- Rural Prosperity Council
- Small Business Advisory Council
For more information on joining a Council, please contact Mary Claire Nay at email@example.com.
The Georgia Chamber’s Center for Competitiveness is the Chamber’s research think tank that works with state business leaders to guide the political agenda and provide valuable and reliable data for members and partners. The Center’s six board-level policy committees comprise over 140 top business leaders from across the state who work to identify solutions to current and future challenges facing Georgia. This enables Georgia Chamber to engage more effectively on the most pressing issues. Committee goals include development of forward thinking and proactive policy solutions, conducting long term research, and providing regular federal and state policy advisories.
The committees provide opportunities for members to engage on areas of interest and learn more about emerging trends in their field. Working groups have also been formed from these committees allowing members to dive even deeper into specific issues that they have expertise and affect the business community.
- Business Climate Committee
- Energy and Natural Resources
- Health and Wellness
- Innovation and Technology
- Law and Judiciary
- Talent and Leadership
For more information on joining a Policy Committee, please contact Daniela Perry at firstname.lastname@example.org.