Chamber Committees

LBC member committees are created to engage members in LBC activities and interests. Committees include Women In Leadership, “Littleton Eatz” Restaurant/Bar Committee, Health and Wellness Committee, Education Committee, Philanthropic Committee, and Chamber Ambassadors Networking Group.

Chamber Ambassador Networking Group: Ambassadors work to support our community through business outreach to new and existing businesses. A key role is to connect businesses to resources, which includes the promotion of the Chamber. Generally, members of this committee are engaged in recruiting, retention, and welcoming businesses in addition to attending Chamber events. As a public relations welcoming group, representatives greet new members, assist in recruiting new members and promote membership retention.

      1. Monthly meeting for ambassadors to connect.
      2. Ambassadors to work quarterly Networking Events and Grand Openings/Ribbon Cutting

Education Committee: The education committee will work with stakeholders in  business, government, and educators to build and sustain a 21st-century workforce that can compete in the global economy. Focused on supplementing secondary education and ensuring what is taught in the classroom aligns with industry needs and the jobs of today and tomorrow. Continued coordination with Littleton Public Schools surrounding their expansion of Trade and Business courses specifically relating to the newly formed Explorative Pathways for Innovative Careers (EPIC) initiative.

  • Mentorship Panel Discussion – Fall 2022
  • Internship Program to be developed 23-24

Women In Leadership/Littleton (WILL):  The mission of the WILL committee is to enrich, empower, elevate, and educate women at all levels of their career through programs and events, professional development and advocacy leading to business success.

  • Events
    • Monthly Networking at Women Owned Businesses
    • Annual Conference

Philanthropy Committee: The Philanthropy Committee assists the Board in reviewing and evaluating the chamber’s policies, programs and strategies regarding charitable giving and the relationship with the communities it serves.

  • Events
    • Annual Fundraiser Event
    • Non-Profit Workshops/Grant writing etc.

“Littleton Eatz” Restaurant Committee: “Littleton Eatz” is committee made up of restaurant/bar owners or managers who want to build a network for vendor referrals, sharing of best practices, employee recommendations, etc…

  • Events
    • Bimonthly Meetings
    • Littleton Restaurant Week Sept 8-Sept 17, 2023

Health & Wellness Committee: This committee is made up of individuals in the Health and Wellness industry who want to network and build relations with similar type businesses.

  • Events
    • Bi-monthly Meetings