Lafayette Chamber Board of Directors – Are you ready to get involved?

 
Petitions to run for the Lafayette Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors are now available at the Chamber Office, 251 Lafayette Circle, Suite 150 or online here. The petition must be signed by five current Chamber members and returned to the Chamber office by September 29, 2021. The term of office for the new Directors will be January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2023. Voting will take place online from October 1 to October 20, 2021.
 
The Chamber Board, comprised of 17 elected representatives, 2-3 appointed directors-at-large, and a number of non-voting advisors, is the policy making arm of the Chamber and has final authority in all decisions affecting the organization. Our 2022 Chamber President-Elect is Fred Steingraf, Edward Jones Financial. Board members are required to attend the annual Planning Retreat (early January, 2022) and monthly Board meetings. We also ask they attend a majority of Chamber events such as mixers, ribbon cuttings and our community events.  In addition, they are expected to actively serve on at least one Chamber committee. For more information or to obtain a paper petition, call the Chamber office at (925) 284-7404.
 
 
 
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