The Los Angeles Area Chamber’s Board of Directors is responsible for establishing the direction and policies for the 501 (c) (6) business organization. During their tenure, Board members make decisions that significantly impact the growth and development of the community and its economic vitality. This document provides an overview of the board; nomination process; meetings; financial commitment; and responsibilities.
This document displays the structure of the Los Angeles Area Chamber’s Board of Directors and includes information about nomination process, meetings, board duties and responsibilities, and expectations of board members.
This board job description outlines the duties of the Chamber's Board of Directors position as well as the required qualifications, attendance requirements, and term of service.
Many things are changing in the chamber world: dues and revenue structures, workforce demographics, business models, and chamber leadership. ACCE’s Mentoring Program is a platform where chamber leaders can formally come together in a mentor-mentee capacity. The resources in this toolkit are designed to help you find, sustain, and excel in your mentoring relationships.
This oath of office is taken by members of the St. Tammany West Chamber Board of Directors during their installation and awards luncheon.
This document details the Greater Greenville Chamber’s cash reserves policy, which states that the Chamber shall make every effort to maintain operation reserves in an amount equal to 25% percent of the annual operating budget.
This document covers the investment policy, investment guidelines, and reserve policy for the Longview Chamber of Commerce.
This sample of a Board-adopted Conflict of Interest policy defines conflicts of interest; identifies classes of individuals within the organization covered by the policy; facilitates disclosure of information that may help identify conflicts of interest; and specifies procedures to be followed in managing conflicts of interest.
This code of conduct outlines the roles, commitments, and behaviors appropriate for Members of the Board.
This document, written by Charles H. Van Rysselberge of CVR Consulting, LLC, contains a summary of steps for Chambers to consider when faced with a merger or acquisition.