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    Committees

    The North Orange County Chamber has established committees to ensure the continued economic vitality and high standard of quality of life for businesses, residents, and visitors in the region. For more information on North OC Chamber committees, call (714) 871-3100.

    Millennial Leaders is a committee of young business professionals interested in developing already dynamic careers and consulting with other like-minded professionals on important issues in various business sectors. The committee was created to cultivate the next generation of civic and business leaders. The group meets monthly.

    Government and Economic Development Committee. This chamber committee is dedicated to supporting business expansion and retention within North Orange County. Assisting businesses in their successful growth, development and expansion by: encouraging the advancement of comprehensive infrastructure systems that are conducive to business growth; supporting a local government culture that is focused on aiding, as opposed to regulating local businesses; and through the development of a qualified work force and sufficient residential housing to meet the employment needs of member businesses. 

    North Orange County Legislative Alliance (NOCLA) is a member-led regional advocacy committee. It meets monthly, and takes action on policies that will benefit our overall economy and quality of life. NOCLA combines the strength and influence of five chambers of commerce in the North Orange County area to influence your elected officials in Sacramento and Washington D.C.  You can play an important role by letting your opinions be known at these meetings.

    Workforce and Education Development Committee.  Recognizing that the business community needs a workforce prepared to meet the demands of a 21st century global economy, the North Orange County Chamber established this group, working with community partners – including educators and businesses – to assure our students are prepared for the jobs that await them. The city of Fullerton, dubbed the “Education Community,” is fortunate to be home to an extensive network of nationally ranked universities, colleges and high schools and award-winning elementary schools, as well as a range of private educational opportunities at all levels. The group meets monthly.