Committees

Ambassadors
Chamber Ambassadors are members who serve as "Good Will" representatives within the communities in our area to promote membership and educate the business community regarding the value of belonging to the Chamber of Commerce. These professional leaders mentor and assist as liaisons to all new members of the Chamber. 

Business Education & Membership Services Committee
This committee organizes the Chamber's benefit services and educational programs and events each year.
Programs and Services Include:
Business Assistance program or known as our "BAT" team is a 1-hour free consultation offered to our members to assist them with their business strategies.   To receive a copy of the Bat Form, please contact our office at 860-887-1647 for additional details.

Education Committee:

Education examines ways to promote a healthy interaction between the business community & the education community including opportunities for students to get involved in internship and mentoring programs.


Economic Development Committee
Evaluates issues and proposals having an economic impact on the community and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors, initiatives that will foster economic development in the community.
 
Healthcare Committee
Health for our citizens is a get concern in our country and we at the Chamber take this topic very seriously. We actively are doing our part to educate, advocate and support our members and citizens on issues that can help everyone learn to choose the optimal care to live a good healthy quality of life.  

Insurance Committee
Communicates relevant information and provides very affordable insurance coverage exclusively developed and designed for Chamber members, businesses and their employees.  Any business interested in more information regarding our plans should call the Chamber at 860-887-1647.

Legislative Affairs Committee
Monitors state legislature matters and reports to the Chamber's Board of Directors and membership body any issues that may have a potential impact on local businesses. The Committee also acts as a conduit for the membership in voicing both local and global concerns to state legislators and other representatives.

Cultural Diversity Resource Guide:   For a list of resources click here.