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The Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce has numerous ways for you to get involved in your community. Here we highlight each of our committees, their goals and activities, and their monthly meeting schedule. Committee involvement is a great way to meet other business professionals and make a difference in our community!
Agri-Business Committee – Chad Harbison, Chair
Meets the second Tuesday at 4:00 p.m.
To enhance the position that agriculture plays in our economy and to communicate this to our Chamber membership and the general public.
A-State Committee – Kasey Eakins, Chair
Meets the third Thursday at 4:00 p.m.
To enhance the relationship between Arkansas State University and the business community through various programs and events.
Business Network Committee – Mark Morrow, Chair
Meets the third Thursday at noon.
To enhance our business climate through networking opportunities and specific events for our members.
Community Benefit Organizations Committee – Shannon Smithee, Chair
Meets the fourth Wednesday at noon.
To enhance the relationships between regional non-profit organizations to build a stronger community through collaboration.
Governmental Affairs Committee – Russ Hannah, Chair
Meets the first Thursday at 4:00 p.m.
To develop specific projects and programs that enhance the relationship between business and government.
Green Business Committee – Shelly Lamb, Chair
Meets the first Wednesday at noon.
To enhance the visual image of Jonesboro through specific projects.
Membership Development Committee – Deania Vanhoozer, Chair
Meets the second Wednesday at noon.
To enhance our Chamber’s ability to function in recruitment and retention of members utilizing specific programs developed by the committee.
Workforce Development Committee – Shanna Kenndy, Chair
Meets the first Wednesday at 4:00 p.m.
To enhance the relationships between business and educational organizations through specific programs with emphasis on workforce development.