One of the best ways to get involved and expand your network is through committees. We work together to solve problems and impact change in our community from advocating business policies to events and so much more!
Committees and their composition and areas of responsibilities are listed below.
This committee researches ordinances, regulations, and propositions at the local, state, and national levels that will impact the LGBTQ business community.
We support the following:
On the state level:
Areas of interest:
Ambassadors are Austin LGBT Chamber Members committed to welcoming new members and strengthening the bonds of membership! They attend orientations, ribbon cuttings, and mixers. Our Ambassadors let people know about our programs and resources, and act as mentors for new members, reaching out to the new member, personally inviting them to any upcoming events, and introducing them to other members.
The Art Committee is focused on supporting the creative economy here in Austin. This committee steers the planning and production of our Pride in Local Music Series as well other smaller events focused on bringing local artists together.
This committee meets quarterly. Check out the calendar for details on our next one! Interested in joining this committee?
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Chair: Todd Hogan
This committee will map out strategies to convene healthcare providers to impact the health and wellness of LGBT Austin. We focus on employee wellness and healthcare advocacy at the local, state, and federal levels. We act as a resource and neutral forum for the entire community, both patients and providers, through advocacy, education, and connections.
This committee is tasked with supporting our Business Academy programs. Sourcing panel subject matter experts and assisting with program development around educational programming opportunities for our members in marketing, finance, I.T. human resources, and more!
Young Professionals with Pride is a networking group for the young and the young at heart. Our mission is to empower and strengthen the Young LGBT and Allied professional community in Austin through networking, community outreach, and education. A minimum of 4 programmatic events.
The Chamber acts as a convener of existing and new ERG groups to provide a forum for education and awareness supporting the professional growth of LGBT individuals by fostering a safe environment within their companies/businesses for individuals to be authentic in the workplace.
Formally the LGBTBE Committee, this group is directed with increasing programming and growth in the numbers of certified LGBT Business Enterprise businesses through education of resources and value while delivering more training vital for certified businesses. This committee will also review ALGBTCC’s sponsorship structure, identifying potential new corporate partners.