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, HYPE (Helping Young Professionals Excel) Committee and Chamber Ambassadors Networking Group.

Chamber Ambassador Networking Group. Ambassadors serve as a resource/liaison between the Chamber, its members, and the local business community. The group promotes collaboration, cooperation and partnership among the Ambassador group, Chamber members, and business community.

The program is essential in 4 areas:

  • Representing the Chamber, in the community and to the membership
  • Recruiting new Chamber members and participants
  • Strengthening awareness of Chamber benefits
  • Increasing membership retention rates.

The Ambassadors are the Chamber’s premier volunteer group composed of high energy, outgoing, and dynamic businesspeople who support the values of the Chamber and it’s board members.

  • Events
    • Monthly Ambassadors meetings to connect.
    • Ambassadors assist with all Networking Events and Grand Openings/Ribbon Cuttings

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
    •  Networking Events at Women Owned Businesses
    • Annual Conference

“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 (September annually)

Philanthropic Committee: The Philanthropic Committee is made up of local non-profit organizations who want to collaborate to educate businesses:

    • Importance of business supporting non-profits and community

    • Partnering with non-profits with similar values and missions

      • Opportunities for staff to volunteer and engage with non-profits
      • Matching contributions
      • Donations based on free services or products
    • Giving back through mentoring and teaching organization staff or clientele of non-profits.
    • Assist business with Corporate Responsibility Strategy
    • Leadership development – how to become board members