Chamber Lunch: Your Destiny Awaits

Join Bungie's Chief Marketing Officer, Eric Osborne, for the Chamber's second annual gaming industry luncheon. Osborne will give attendees an inside look into the making of Bungie and an update on current events that are happening within the industry.
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2022 Women’s Leadership Conference

Our interactive four-part virtual conference, presented by Symetra, brings local and internationally recognized women leaders together to share their insights on some of the most important subjects facing women in the workforce today. The conference format will feature moderated discussions in which panelists share insight and knowledge gained from their personal and professional experiences.
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Chamber Lunch: Mid Year Economic Forecast

Take a look at how companies and nonprofits are working together to solve community problems. This program will discuss the corporate philanthropy and employee engagement programs championed by leading companies that make our region a better place.
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Innovative Plans at GIX

In collaboration with Microsoft, University of Washington, and Tsinghua University, GIX (Global Innovation Exchange) brings together students and teachers to research and innovate in the field of STEM. Join Sean Carr, Executive Director & CEO of GIX as he shares future plans for GIX.
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Creating Future Ready Cities

What does it take to make a city of the future? Vice President of WSP, Alex Shannon, will discuss how cities across the world are bringing new technologies, sensors, and leveraging big data for smarter cities, incorporating equity into infrastructure development, and designing for today while being ready for the future. Alex will talk about the role of local government and how businesses can play a key role in elevating our collective technological profile.
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Chamber Lunch: Corporate Citizenship

Take a look at how companies and nonprofits are working together to solve community problems. This program will discuss the corporate philanthropy and employee engagement programs championed by leading companies that make our region a better place.
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Transportation Committee

Transportation is one of the most important advocacy areas for the Bellevue Chamber. The transportation studies and recommends an ongoing list of regional transportation investments and works with city and transit planners to increase mobility options and access.

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Finance Committee

The Finance Committee oversees the accounting, management, and financial health of the Chamber Organization.

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Policy Council

The principal policy arm of the Bellevue Chamber. Policy Council members oversee the various policy committees, direct the actions of our government affairs professionals at city hall and in Olympia, and review and take positions on important public policy matters on behalf of the Chamber and its membership.

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Membership Committee

As a networking and relationship-building organization, a growing membership is key to building community and creating value. The Membership Committee identifies membership prospects and strategies for growth.

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Executive Committee

The Executive Committee meets monthly to assist the board in overseeing Chamber Operations, and to act on behalf of the Board when it is not scheduled to meet.

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Board of Directors Social

The Board sets the vision, goals, and budget for the Bellevue Chamber. Its members lead many of the Chamber’s committees and provide oversight of Chamber operations.

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PLUSH Committee

Works with developers, architects, general contractors, affordable housing experts, and others to develop sound recommendations to shorten construction timelines, prioritize growth, and improve local and state policies around land use and development.

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Executive Steering Committee

The Executive Committee meets monthly to assist the board in overseeing Chamber Operations, and to act on behalf of the Board when it is not scheduled to meet.

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East King Chambers Coalition

For more than twenty years, the East King Chamber Coalition has advocated for businesses in the state legislature. Operated by the Bellevue Chamber, the Coalition includes appointed delegates representing ten Eastside chambers of commerce-enabling them to speak as one voice on important policy issues. The Coalition develops a variety of annual publications and brings lawmakers and business leaders together through events and other activities.

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Transportation Committee

Transportation is one of the most important advocacy areas for the Bellevue Chamber. The transportation studies and recommends an ongoing list of regional transportation investments and works with city and transit planners to increase mobility options and access.

Chamber Lunch: Your Destiny Awaits

Join Bungie's Chief Marketing Officer, Eric Osborne, for the Chamber's second annual gaming industry luncheon. Osborne will give attendees an inside look into the making of Bungie and an update on current events that are happening within the industry.
Read More

2022 Women’s Leadership Conference

Our interactive four-part virtual conference, presented by Symetra, brings local and internationally recognized women leaders together to share their insights on some of the most important subjects facing women in the workforce today. The conference format will feature moderated discussions in which panelists share insight and knowledge gained from their personal and professional experiences.
Read More

Chamber Lunch: Mid Year Economic Forecast

Take a look at how companies and nonprofits are working together to solve community problems. This program will discuss the corporate philanthropy and employee engagement programs championed by leading companies that make our region a better place.
Read More

Innovative Plans at GIX

In collaboration with Microsoft, University of Washington, and Tsinghua University, GIX (Global Innovation Exchange) brings together students and teachers to research and innovate in the field of STEM. Join Sean Carr, Executive Director & CEO of GIX as he shares future plans for GIX.
Read More

Creating Future Ready Cities

What does it take to make a city of the future? Vice President of WSP, Alex Shannon, will discuss how cities across the world are bringing new technologies, sensors, and leveraging big data for smarter cities, incorporating equity into infrastructure development, and designing for today while being ready for the future. Alex will talk about the role of local government and how businesses can play a key role in elevating our collective technological profile.
Read More

Chamber Lunch: Corporate Citizenship

Take a look at how companies and nonprofits are working together to solve community problems. This program will discuss the corporate philanthropy and employee engagement programs championed by leading companies that make our region a better place.
Read More

2022 Women’s Leadership Conference

By Joe Fain | April 27, 2022

Our interactive four-part virtual conference, presented by Symetra, brings local and internationally recognized women leaders together to share their insights on some of the most important subjects facing women in the workforce today. The conference format will feature moderated discussions in which panelists share insight and knowledge gained from their personal and professional experiences.

2022 Eastside Leadership Conference

By Upwork Contractor | January 17, 2022

PLUSH Committee

By Upwork Contractor | January 17, 2022

Works with developers, architects, general contractors, affordable housing experts, and others to develop sound recommendations to shorten construction timelines, prioritize growth, and improve local and state policies around land use and development.

Executive Steering Committee

By Upwork Contractor | January 17, 2022

The Executive Committee meets monthly to assist the board in overseeing Chamber Operations, and to act on behalf of the Board when it is not scheduled to meet.

East King Chambers Coalition

By Upwork Contractor | January 17, 2022

For more than twenty years, the East King Chamber Coalition has advocated for businesses in the state legislature. Operated by the Bellevue Chamber, the Coalition includes appointed delegates representing ten Eastside chambers of commerce-enabling them to speak as one voice on important policy issues. The Coalition develops a variety of annual publications and brings lawmakers and business leaders together through events and other activities.

Executive Committee

By Upwork Contractor | January 17, 2022

The Executive Committee meets monthly to assist the board in overseeing Chamber Operations, and to act on behalf of the Board when it is not scheduled to meet.

Board of Directors

By Upwork Contractor | January 17, 2022

The Board sets the vision, goals, and budget for the Bellevue Chamber. Its members lead many of the Chamber’s committees and provide oversight of Chamber operations.

Policy Council

By Upwork Contractor | January 17, 2022

The principal policy arm of the Bellevue Chamber. Policy Council members oversee the various policy committees, direct the actions of our government affairs professionals at city hall and in Olympia, and review and take positions on important public policy matters on behalf of the Chamber and its membership.

Finance Committee

By Upwork Contractor | January 17, 2022

The Finance Committee oversees the accounting, management, and financial health of the Chamber Organization.

Membership Committee

By Upwork Contractor | January 17, 2022

As a networking and relationship-building organization, a growing membership is key to building community and creating value. The Membership Committee identifies membership prospects and strategies for growth.

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