Committees & Affiliations

Committees

Economic Development Committee

This committee focuses on building the long-term economic vitality of Scotts Valley through an appropriate balance of job, business, housing, retail and recreational growth.

When: Quarterly
Where: Varies

Chairperson:  Christian Pellecchia cpellecchia@slattcon.com

Government Relations Committee

This committee facilitates relevant communications between Scotts Valley businesses and the City of Scotts Valley, Santa Cruz County and the state of California and makes position recommendations to the Chamber Board of Directors for their consideration.

When: Bi-Monthly
Where: SV Water District

Chairperson:  David McNair dmcnair@svwd.org

Membership Committee

We help to educate, inform and support the business membership and the community-at-large through speaker presentations and forums about current business trends and affairs.

When: Monthly Second Tues at Noon
Where:  TBA

Chairperson: Janet Janssen janet@janetjanssen.com

Special Events Committee

The Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce holds two of annual signature events, the Community Awards Dinner and the Scotts Valley Art Wine & Beer Festival. These events attract business and community leaders and offer excellent networking opportunities for all members. The Special Events committee oversees individual event subcommittees that are chaired and co-chaired by chamber members. Committee members for each event organize programs, food and beverages, entertainment, decorations, silent auction prizes and sponsorships as needed. Working on an event subcommittee is an effective way to meet other chamber members and strengthen networking ties.

For more information about how to get involved, email Jeanette Larkin, Board Vice President jlarkin@scottsvalleychamber.com

Affiliations

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City of Scotts Valley

City of Scotts Valley
One Civic Center Drive
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
831-438-1010

WACE

The Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E.) is the premier organization for education and professional development for chamber executives and staff. W.A.C.E. now represents over 850 chamber professionals in 15 Western states.

SVCC

The Silicon Valley Chamber Coalition SVCC – Representing over 10,000 businesses in Silicon Valley, the SVCC is a unified voice of county, regional, state and federal legislative issues of concern to Chambers of Commerce. The coalition serves as a forum for discussion and takes public positions when appropriate.

Leadership Santa Cruz

Leadership Santa Cruz County educates, fosters connections, and increases awareness and participation of individuals in leadership roles in Santa Cruz County, enabling them to address issues, needs, and opportunities facing the county now and into the future.

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