Building upon years of history in representing our business community’s interests in collaboration with our local, regional and state public partners, the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce further strenghtened its role in business advocacy by combining the Growth Management and Government Affairs committees into a new Business Advocacy Committee. The Committee’s goal:
Seeking to monitor, inform, communicate and engage for the benefit of our members, businesses and economic
The Business Advocacy Committee seeks to serve our 1,400+ member businesses, the 50,000 citizens these members employ, and the region’s business community in the following four strategic areas:
Monitor – Monitor public policy, growth management and government targeted objectives/issues that impact our members at the local, state and federal levels;
Inform – Inform our members regarding important topics utilizing a variety of membership communication channels, including these monthly newsletters;
Engage – Engage a formalized, productive “Business ó Government” communication process;
Advocate – Advocate Chamber positions, provide guidance to, and seek input from, Chamber members regarding top priority business topics.
The Business Advocacy Committee provides Governmental Affairs Advocacy; Coalition Creation; Engagement of Elected Leaders; Growth Management Oversight; State Government Task Force; and Representation at City and County Commission Meetings.
Here are the members who comprise the Business Advocacy Committee:
Reggie Bouthillier | Chair
E. Edward Murray, Jr. | Vice-Chair
Tallahassee Community College
Florida State University
Mad Dog Construction
The Edmond Group, LLC
Anthony W. Hopson
Florida A&M University
Shane Lambert Construction
Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare
AMWAT Moving Warehousing Storage
North Highland Company
Mark A. Robinson
Capital Regional Medical Center
Chamber members benefit from the Committee’s relationships with elected officials and local leaders and receive exclusive and timely information on important issues involving local government, higher education institutions and private sector partners.
To learn more about how this Committee can work for your business, please click HERE.