Ambassadors are the spirit of the Chamber. As liaisons of our Chamber, their constant presence at all Chamber functions provides a professional, hospitable atmosphere as well as assists in establishing relationships among its memberships.
The Miramar Pembroke Pines Regional Chamber Board of Directors is the governing body of the Chamber. The group meets on the fourth Thursday of every month at 8:30am.
This council convenes nonprofit members to share best practices, network, and give input on Chamber programs and services geared to nonprofit members.
This committee reviews the financial health of the Chamber, including budgeting, taxes, revenue streams, and any general accounting issues.
This group is responsible for planning the annual golf tournament event held in the spring.
The Governance Committee ensures that the Chamber operates consistently with best governance practices for similar organizations, identifies and recommends candidates to serve on the Board, and handles any other governance related matters.
Provides valuable business-related governmental information (local, county, state, national) to our Chamber members, and when necessary, proposes position statements that speak with one voice on behalf of our members.
This committee works to implement projects that partner the business community and healthcare institutions and programs together. It also is tasked with bringing the healthcare professionals in our region together to build resources and relationships.
This committee focuses on our relationships with our members and community at large to ensure that we are always providing the highest quality service to our members.
This committee encourages continued educational opportunity for students through annual scholarship awards, and stimulates the participation of both the business and professional community through mentoring the next generation of business and community leaders in our area high schools.
An annual ''wine and food tasting'' event, featuring local vendors, and entertainment and offering a first class evening out for community and membership alike.
This committee organizes two business networking luncheons annually, which feature inspiring women speakers, providing a professional atmosphere for men and women alike.
This committee is responsible for planning and coordinating youth programming to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship in local students.