Join a Committee & Let Your Voice Be Heard
- get to know others
- improve a skill/gain new experience in a desired area
- give back to your community
- help shape programming in the community
- and many other benefits
To learn more about volunteering, email the Chamber at Connect@alamedachamber.com.
Alameda Women Leaders (AWL)
AWL is a diverse, women-led group designed to empower and support women in business through leadership, advocacy, education, scholarship, and mentorship.
No matter what career stage you’re in, we look to help you meet your personal and professional goals and create valuable relationships in a supportive environment.
In addition, AWL's partnership with Girls Inc. of the Island City will provide powerful role models, career mentors, and internship opportunities for the girls and teens they serve.
The Ambassador Program acts as an extension of the Alameda Chamber and is a recognized liaison group between the Chamber, its members, and the community.
The mission of the Ambassadors is to actively promote and represent the Alameda Chamber of Commerce in the business community. The committee orients new members on the benefits of Chamber membership, helps existing members remain involved, and refers prospective members to the appropriate channels.
Government Relationship Economic Development Committee (GREDC)
The Economic Development Committee promotes the local, state, and federal legislative interests of the business community and works to highlight and discuss issues of interest. It is also dedicated to identifying and solving the key economic issues facing the City of Alameda.
Events & Fundraisers Committee
Alameda Coalition for Personal Care Services
COVID-19 has created many challenges for all of us, but personal care service providers such as masseurs, beauticians, nail techs, barbers, stylists, and others face unique issues and challenges as a result of closure orders. This group is designed to discuss and address the issues and challenges facing these industries. It's a forum to exchange best practices as well as organize ideas and solutions to help with reopenings and recovery.
Alameda Restaurant & Bar Coalition
With COVID-19 and shelter-in-place orders, restaurants and bars face unique issues and challenges including capacity limits. Nationally, they estimate that as many as 25% of all restaurants will never reopen. The purpose of the group will be to discuss the issues and challenges, exchange best practices, and focus on solutions in order to help the restaurant and bar industry thrive.
Spirits Alley Coalition
The Spirits Alley Coalition is a committee of distilleries, wineries, and tasting rooms located along Monarch Street in the Naval Air Station's former location.
The Coalition is designed to discuss the issues and challenges this unique group of businesses face. It is a group that also shares best practices to help the entire area succeed.
Alameda Emerging Leaders
The NEW Alameda EL is a professional leaders group designed around the needs of entrepreneurs, innovators, and those beginning their careers with interest in future leadership.
The group's mission is to connect, promote, and support local young professionals through social activities, community involvement, and professional development, making Alameda a more desirable place to live for emerging leaders.