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  • Our committees need YOUR talents!

    Want to meet new people?  Help with a Chamber event?

    Chamber members are encouraged to take their membership to the next level and join a Chamber committee.

    Check out the list below and let us know if there's a committee that interests you and that you would like to serve on.  

    Please contact the Chamber for more information on any of our committees.

    Chair seats are filled by current members of the Board of Directors and committees are comprised of both Board members and Chamber members.


    Ambassadors keep active with monthly meetings, attendance at Ribbon Cuttings, Business After Hours and all Chamber events; and by providing support to new members. The Ambassadors meeting is monthly on the first Wednesday of each month at 8am at rotating locations.

    The Chamber’s Ambassador Committee is known as the Chamber’s public relations team and is highly visible throughout the Chamber and the community. The Ambassadors are responsible for engaging, encouraging and expanding relationships on behalf of the Chamber.



    It is the mission of the Public Policy Committee to educate Chamber members about key public policy issues and to represent their interests before local, state and federal governments and agencies. In keeping with this mission, the Public Policy Committee is the Chamber Committee that reviews all public policy issues and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors.

    The Public Policy Committee works in collaboration with the Post Falls and Coeur d'Alene Chambers of Commerce. The committee meets the 1st Thursday of every month. During the legislative session, the committee meets the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month.


    The Education Committee serves as a liaison between area schools and the Chamber; including public and private schools and colleges. This committee concentrates on Workforce Development issues and Education Issues as they relate to our local businesses and the workforce that keeps them prospering.


    The Business Development Committee, in coordination with area entities, promotes business and education.  They attend educational meetings in the area to present information pertinent to business development to the Board of Directors.