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Committees

Interested in our committees? Volunteers are always welcome! Call the Chamber office at 414-422-1155 to discuss opportunities in the following committees.

Ambassador Team

Chair: Josh Overlee (The Overlee Group)
Ambassadors are the goodwill arm of the Chamber. They are engaged and passionate about our community and the Chamber's mission. If you enjoy meeting people and "selling" them on the benefits of partnership and collaboration with other business members, this is your committee!
Duties
  • Attend monthly meetings (first Thursday at 9 a.m.).
  • Attend Chamber events (Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies, Business After Hours, Networking Lunches).
  • Promote the Chamber and its mission
  • Recruit new business members.
  • Connect with existing business members to identify ways the Chamber can help them and educate them on Chamber benefits.
  • Participate in the annual membership drive.
Benefits
  • Meet new business and community members.
  • Create positive networking relationships.
  • Offer your business services as an Ambassador and fellow Chamber member.
  • Attend the annual Ambassadors Appreciation Dinner.
  • Receive discounted rate for Awards Gala dinner.

Economic Development Committee

Chair: Don Reidy (Don Reidy's Estate Services)
This committee partners with local government to identify areas the Chamber can be a valuable partner in actively promoting business within the community. If you are passionate about seeing our business community grow in quantity and quality, this is the committee for you.
Duties
  • Attend committee meetings as scheduled.
  • Focus on current projects as identified and defined by this committee and the Chamber's Board of Directors.
  • Represent the business community in current economic development efforts.
Benefits
  • Meet new business and community members.
  • Create positive networking relationships.
  • Offer your business services as an Ambassador and fellow Chamber member.
  • Be known as a leader in business development efforts.
  • Receive discounted rate for Awards Gala dinner.

Education & Mentoring Committee

Chair: Krisann Durnford (Muskego Chamber)
The Muskego Chamber partners with the Muskego-Norway School District and area private schools to offer business education opportunities through various student activities and workforce development projects. If you are passionate about developing the future workforce, this committee offers opportunity for you.
Duties
  • Partner with Muskego-Norway Schools Connect Academy program.
  • Attend committee meetings as scheduled.
  • Volunteer at Career Exploration Days, Mock Interviews, and Mentoring Lunches.
  • Serve on the Student Volunteer Scholarship Judging Committee.

Benefits

  • Meet, encourage, and collaborate with future workforce employees.
  • Create positive networking relationships.
  • Offer your business services when the opportunity arises.
  • Be known as a leader in advancing workforce development.
  • Receive discounted rate for Awards Gala dinner.

Festival & Parade

Chair: Jeff Hoeser (American Solutions for Business)
Do you enjoy summer weather, community gatherings, and large events? The DandiLion Daze community festival has all of this and more. This committee is tasked with organizing the festival parade on the last Sunday of August and recruiting volunteers to cover festival shifts.
Duties
  • Volunteering at the DandiLion Daze community festival on the last weekend of August.
  • Helping with parade unit staging on the morning of the last Sunday in August.

Benefits

  • Meet new business members and community volunteers.
  • Create positive networking relationships.
  • Have fun during the festival weekend.
  • Receive Appreciation Beverage ticket for the festival.

Membership Growth Committee

If you enjoy sharing others' achievements and helping businesses identify their needs and solutions, we would welcome you on this newly formed committee.
Duties
  • Attend committee meetings as scheduled.
  • Identify needs and priorities for Chamber business members.
  • Develop solutions to address the identified needs.

Benefits

  • Meet new business members and community volunteers.
  • Create positive networking relationships.
  • Be recognized among Chamber members as a problem-solver.
  • Receive discounted rate for Awards Gala dinner.

Small Business Council

Chair: Joseph Kreuser (CAM Tech, Inc)
If you are passionate about growing our business community with new, innovative techniques, your ideas are needed on this newly formed committee.
Duties
  • Attend committee meetings as scheduled.
  • Organize, prepare, and promote business member spotlights.
  • Plan and promote Buy Chamber and Shop Local programs.
  • Develop roundtable discussions for business members.

Benefits

  • Meet new business members and community volunteers.
  • Create positive networking relationships.
  • Be recognized among Chamber members as a business leader addressing current issues.
  • Receive discounted rate for Awards Gala dinner.

Women's Business Connections

Steering Committee:
Kathy Miller (Tealightful Tea)
Kay Reppen (L'BRI Pure n' Natural)
Pam Johnson (Color Street Nails)
If you are a businesswoman who wants to see other businesswomen succeed, you may enjoy serving on the steering committee for WBC.
Duties
  • Attend monthly committee meetings (first Wednesday at noon).
  • Organize, prepare, and promote WBC members and their activities.

Benefits

  • Meet new business members and community volunteers.
  • Create positive networking relationships.
  • Enjoy friendship and educational moments during WBC meetings.
  • Receive discounted rate for Awards Gala dinner.
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