GGCC has four primary committees and a number of supporting subcommittees and/or task forces. It is critical to the health of the Chamber that members have input into the programs and activities, therefore, all GGCC members are encouraged to become involved in the committee(s) of their choice.
Are you interested in getting more involved with the GGCC? We have volunteer opportunities through our committees that work on a variety of events.
Here is our current list of committees:
Economic Development Committee
Vice Chair – Henry Bernstein, Scheer Partners, Inc.
Work with Legislators to support the Economic Development of Gaithersburg, Germantown and surrounding jurisdictions.
Legislative Affairs Committee
Vice Chair – Randy Scritchfield, Randy Scritchfield, CFP
The Legislative Committee is charged with the task of representing the GGCC and its members in a pro-active manner in the formulation of state and local legislation and policy affecting the business community.
Membership Attraction and Retention Committee
Vice Chair – Bruce Kanner, Cartridge on Wheels
The Membership Attraction and Retention (MAR) Committee is charged with: maintaining a strong growth in membership & effectively communicating the value of membership to community businesses;
Member Programs (Events) Committee
Vice Chair – Ellen Lambert, Baywood Hotels
The Vice Chair of Member Programs oversees the development of the GGCC Calendar of Events; monitors and evaluates networking events; oversees GGCC Special Events and Golf Tournament.
Celebration Dinner Gala Subcommittee
Chair – Ellen Lambert, Baywood Hotels
This annual event is our year end celebration of membership. It is our premier event and it is a great committee to work with.
Golf Tournament Subcommittee
Chair – Allen DeLeon, DeLeon & Stang CPAs & Advisors
This annual event is a fun networking, fundraising opportunity for members and guests.
Young Professionals Group
Chair – PJ Horan, Mass Mutual Greater Washington
The Young Professionals Group is a program offered by GGCC to give the emerging leaders of our community opportunities to connect, to be mentored, to serve, and to rise to the next generation of chamber leadership.