A joint message from our 2021-2022 Board of Directors Chairman, Luanne Gutermuth, LSG Solutions LLC, and Julie Coons, President and CEO, Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce.
Coronavirus vaccination concept. Top view of vaccination record card, syringes, and two vials of the COVID-19 vaccine, which are used in two stages. Pastel green background
With summer wrapping up and our attention now redirected to our busy fall season, we can’t help but be proud of the many unique and special events we have planned for you, our members. From a rare opportunity to witness regional leaders discuss decisions that will impact us all at September’s Capital Region Business Forum to honoring our veterans at November’s Distinguished Service Awards, our Chamber events have been carefully curated to bring our members together with content that matters.
However incredible our speakers and topics, we cannot ignore that we are all still living and working through a pandemic. Our members and guests are always our priority, and no event could ever be considered a success if we lost sight of their wellbeing. Therefore, we are taking our cue from government and private entities and will require all staff, members and guests who attend our events to be fully vaccinated from today forward. All attendees will be asked to provide their physical COVID-19 vaccine card, a photo of vaccination card, or Health Pass by CLEAR. For more details please visit our event registration webpages.
It is our sincere hope that limiting attendance to vaccinated persons will put our event attendees’ minds at ease and allow for a more comfortable event environment. We appreciate everyone’s understanding as we implement this change on behalf of our business community. Working together we can ensure a safer future for us all.
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We are not only the Greater Washington D.C. Metropolitan Region’s largest Chamber, we’re also the most influential. Through our weekly events, targeted networking groups, and full-time government advocacy, the Chamber offers members, no matter their size, a wealth of connection opportunities, access to government officials, and business support designed to help promote and grow their unique businesses.
The Chamber routinely offers topical, engaging events that provide opportunities to learn from and network with business leaders and government officials. These range from members-only events to large awards shows.
Developing a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable community
The diversity of our community is one of our greatest assets, offering opportunities to learn from one another and form personal connections that help guide lasting business growth. We actively work to make our business community a welcoming environment where people of all races and backgrounds can find support and success.
Our full-time Government Affairs Team works with regional business leaders to make certain that Chamber members are well-represented in the halls of the state legislature, particularly as regulations are drafted and bills are debated.
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For 98 years, the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce has been the Voice of Business within our Region. Through our direct work on economic development, workforce issues, and a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, we daily demonstrate why we're the largest and most influential Chamber in the greater Washington D.C. Metropolitan Region.