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Comprised of experienced business and community leaders, the Kelowna Chamber's committees advise Chamber leadership on what is needed to improve business conditions in Kelowna and within the organization. Many of the Chamber's current and past successes have resulted from the work of its committees, tapping into the influence and expertise within the local business community to get things done and to generate new ideas. 

Executive Committee

  • Tom Dyas, President
  • Ken Carmichael, Past President
  • Carmen Sparg, Exec. Vice President
  • Jeff Robinson, Vice President
  • Martine Hickman, Vice President
  • Una Gabie, Vice President

Policy Advisory Committee

Provides leadership in identifying and taking action on local, provincial and federal issues of specific interest to members of the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce and of concern to the business community at large.

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Member Care Committee

Welcomes new members and encourages growth of the membership while ensuring ongoing support, evaluation and adjustment of programs, services and events provided to Kelowna Chamber of Commerce members and the community.

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Governance Committee

Monitors the compliance of the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Board Policy Manual. This committee will also ensure compliance of the Bylaws as registered with Industry Canada and any other regulatory framework as required by the Province of BC such as the BC Societies Act.

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Finance Committee

Oversees the financial activities pertaining to the operations of the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce.

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Past President’s Committee

This group serves in an advisory capacity to the board of directors to bridge past and present Chamber leadership and provides input on issues that impact the long-term health and vitality of the Chamber and the economy of Kelowna.

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Building Committee

Oversees the Chamber’s lease agreements with the City of Kelowna and with the Chamber’s tenant(s) to ensure the Chamber reasonably maintains its building and physical space both internally and externally in a manner that is appropriate for the Chamber’s brand and in consideration of the long term physical needs of the organization.

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