Chamber Blog

Help Plan a Fun Year for New Young Professionals Group

The Chamber is developing a new group for young professionals, launching soon. If you’re under 40 (or young at heart), we invite you to get involved!

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AiPBN Learns about Suicide Prevention

The Mitchell Hash Foundation’s mission is to lift the stigma around suicide, educate, and help as many people as possible to know they are not alone.

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Chamber Spotlight: Alex Urpí, Emergent Financial Services, LLC

Learn why Alex Urpí believes Latino entrepreneurs are key to creating community prosperity.

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Chamber Spotlight: Arlene Lee, R. E. Lee Companies

Learn how training horses prepared Arlene Lee to lead the company that built Charlottesville City Hall.

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Chamber Spotlight: Cass Kawecki, Colliers International

Learn how Cass Kawecki helps his clients with one of the most important transactions many organizations face.

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CADRe Talks Efficiency with City Staff

The Charlottesville Area Development Roundtable heard from City of Charlottesville staff on department restructuring and streamlined processes.

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Chris Henry Will Receive 2019 Lee Small Business Award

The Chamber has selected Stony Point Development Group President Chris Henry to receive the 2019 Christopher Lee Small Business Person of the Year Award.

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Juandiego Wade Will Receive 2019 McIntire Award

The Chamber has selected Albemarle County Career Center Coordinator Juandiego Wade to receive the 2019 McIntire Citizenship Award.

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Public Policy Committee Seeks Your Expertise

The Chamber Public Policy Committee is seeking applicants to join its steering committee. We hope to draw from a large, diverse pool of Chamber members from a variety of industries.

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Networking with AiPBN

The Aging in Place Business Network enjoyed a round of speed networking followed by small group discussions for this month’s all-networking meeting.

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