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Chamber Committees

As a member of the Norman Chamber, you have the opportunity to be involved and make a difference for your business and for the community. Below is a complete list of all committees that are managed under the Chamber. Please let us know in what areas you would like to serve.

The Chamber’s Ambassadors make personal visits to Chamber members throughout the year to gather feedback on their perception of the Chamber’s programs and services. They attend ribbon cuttings, grand openings and mentor new members for the first year of any new membership.

This committee meets every other month on even months for lunch and program. It promotes aviation in Norman and Max Westheimer Airport as valuable community assets. The Annual Norman Aviation Breakfast and Festival are projects of this committee.

This group links business with education by promoting businesses’ support and recognition of Norman Schools. The committee’s activities include coordinating the Partners in Education Program and planning its annual breakfast.

The events committee assists in the planning and execution of the two largest events each year, the Chamber Banquet and Chamber Auction. This committee may be called on for additional events on an as needed basis. The committee will meet as needed prior to events for planning purposes.

The Government Affairs committee is a select group of individuals dedicated to ensuring the Norman business community’s voice is heard on the municipal, county, state, and federal levels. It’s mission is to work with government officials to craft policy that allows businesses every opportunity to succeed and to amend those policies that may be detrimental to the business climate.

The Leadership Advisory Team oversees and provides guidance for the Leadership Norman and Tomorrow’s Leaders programs. The team evaluates the programs each year to ensure a quality and educational experience for class members.

The membership committee works strategically with existing members to ensure their long-term partnership with the Chamber. The committee meets monthly.

The Small Business Council works to provide small businesses in the Norman community resources they need to thrive in the areas of Human Resources, Finances, Marketing, Technology, Self-Development and a Retail Roundtable in the form workshops. The Small Business Council also promotes the importance of shopping local via Small Business Saturday and highlights all of the various small businesses who are Chamber members through promotional videos.

The Total Resource Campaign (TRC) is a group of volunteers that helps raise funds for Chamber events. This committee meets July through November. Volunteers who raise up to a certain amount are eligible for incentive awards.

This group provides leadership within the Norman weather community via regular meetings that serve as a crossroads for all stakeholders. This committee meets quarterly with the luncheons being held on the OU Research Campus and feature speakers and discussion among the members.

The Women’s Leadership Committee strives to empower women to be strong business leaders. They seek to engage, foster, support, network and help advance female leaders who actively inspire other women. They promote the highest levels of personal and professional accomplishment, devote time and energy to Norman, Oklahoma, in a meaningful way, and forge the paths of leadership for other women to follow.