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Ambassador Committee
The mission of the Ambassador Committee is to welcome, inform and engage new and prospective members of the New Albany Chamber of Commerce. Ambassador volunteers are an extension of the Chamber staff and assist in ensuring all members feel welcome, informed about member benefits; and learn how to get engaged. Chamber Ambassadors assist with New Member Orientations, Ribbon Cuttings, and other chamber events as needed.

Government Affairs Committee
The mission of the New Albany Government Affairs Committee is to represent, monitor and act on the interests of the business community in local, state, and federal legislative issues and to communicate those interests to members, the community, and elected officials. The committee also develops relationships with public officials to ensure business input and representation at all levels of government.

Programming Committee
This group researches, reviews and recommends speakers, facilitators and programming options for the C-Suite Speaker Series and professional training and development opportunities.

Nomination Committee
This committee vets and reviews potential board of trustee member nominations and recommends a slate to the board of trustees. They also vet and review nominations for the annual Delta Awards and external community awards and make recommendations to the board of trustees.

New Albany Young Professionals (NAYP)
The mission of the New Albany Young Professionals (NAYP) is to foster an inclusive environment that creates opportunities to connect and build relationships, develop professionally, and be civically and philanthropically active. Typically, members are under 40.

Community Events Committee
This committee plans and executes the Independence Day Parade & Festival, Oktoberfest, and Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration events.

Leadership New Albany Committee
Leadership New Albany is a leadership development program offered by the New Albany Chamber of Commerce to existing and emerging leaders. The 8-month program takes participants on a journey to increase their knowledge of New Albany’s past and present; and gain a better understanding of the New Albany business, economic, civic and government landscape. Local leaders share business and leadership insights through presentations, interactive sessions, panel discussions and behind-the-scenes tours.

This committee continuously updates and enhances the program curriculum and reviews applications, vets and selects the next year’s Leadership New Albany Class.


Contact Carolyn Heringer, Operations Manager, 614-855-4400, if you are interested in learning more about joining a committee.

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