• The Chamber - Committees
  • Committees

  • The Chamber has a dedicated group of over 500 volunteers that donate their time and talents by serving on our committees. These individuals help carry out the work and mission of The Chamber. Any employee of a member firm may serve on a committee. Want to join one for yourself? Call us to find the best fit! Below is an overview of all currently active committees.

     

  • Agribusiness Agribusiness

    Agribusiness

    An extension of our public policy efforts, the Agribusiness committee serves as a collective voice of businesses and leaders representing agriculture as a key industry in the Red River Valley, advocating at all levels of government and spreading awareness of its impact throughout the region.

    Learn more  | Chair: Roger Reierson, Flint Group


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  • Ambassadors Ambassadors

    Member Relations

    The member retention arm of The Chamber, these ambassadors assist with recruitment and retention of member businesses, assist with special events and help retain members through personal contact, information, encouragement and support.

    Learn more | Chair: Kriss Burns, PRO Resources


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  • Ambassadors Ambassadors

    Public Relations

    The public relations arm of The Chamber, Public Relations Ambassadors provide groundbreaking and ribbon-cutting ceremonies for new and expanding businesses, assist with recruitment and retention of Chamber member firms and assist with special events.

    Learn more | Chair: Brooke Coauette, NAI North Central


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  • Business Training Business Training

    Business Training

    Plans and coordinates a monthly event series for Chamber members to enhance the success of our community’s businesses through a variety of targeted, practical and cost-effective training opportunities.

    Learn more | Chair: Treavor Peterson, Border States Electric


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  • Leadership Leadership

    Leadership FMWF

    Plans and conducts an annual leadership program that provides participants an opportunity to develop or enhance their personal leadership skills, network with business and community leaders and learn more about themselves, The Chamber, their community and servant leadership concepts.

    Learn more | Chair: Lindsey Cernik, Border States Electric


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  • Military Affairs Military Affairs


     

    Military Affairs

    Fosters support for the men and women of our military, plans activities to raise awareness for the work that they do and has a keen eye on advancing public policies that advance our region’s military units.

    Learn more | Chair: Brian Shawn, Midco


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  • Professionals of Color Professionals of Color

    Professionals of Color

    Provides program direction and coordinates events and activities that engage and develop our region’s diverse professionals.

    Learn more | Chair: Trevor Mathew, Thrivent


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  • Public Policy Public Policy

    Public Policy

    The advocacy arm of The Chamber, committed to preserving the integrity of the business climate by advancing sound policies and a stable regulatory environment for the business community to thrive.

    Learn more | Chair: Tim Flakoll, Tri-College University


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  • Women Connect Women Connect

    Women Connect

    Plans, schedules and coordinates the program aimed at enhancing a woman’s professional and personal life by giving them the tools and resources to utilize at work and at home, as well as a network of other professional women.

    Learn more | Chair: Abby Boggs-Johnson, Western State Bank


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  • Young Professionals Network Young Professionals Network

    Young Professionals Network

    Plans, schedules and coordinates quality, cost-effective training programs and networking events that enhance the personal and professional development of young professionals and helps connect them to The Chamber, community and each other.

    Learn more | Chair: Jae Dewald, Brandt Hospitality Group