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By definition, Ambassadors are volunteer representatives of the Chamber responsible for contacting members to encourage investment and engagement in the Chamber. But to Chamber staff, Ambassadors are so much more than that.  Ambassadors help the Chamber carry out our mission every day. They act as the liaison between members and us. They are an extension of our voice, our 'boots on the ground', and help answer member questions, assisting them in gaining maximum value from their membership.


Our ambassadors assist in engaging members in events, meetings, and classes that will help to grow and improve their businesses.

Energize and engage the chamber membership – helping members understand the more they’re involved, the greater the return.

Encourage businesses who are not members to explore membership as a tool to grow their reach.

This committee is the “arm of the Chamber” as we lovingly refer to them. They help with events and programs (as their schedule allows)

Meets 1st Wednesday at 3:30 pm.


This committee is focused on acquiring new members and is responsible for assisting in the retention of members. The committee will engage new & existing members by welcoming and assimilating them to Chamber functions and will monitor members’ needs through visits and surveys throughout the year.

Meets 2nd Thursday at 10 am.

Government Affairs

This committee shall educate, engage, inform, and provide resources to the business community regarding local, state, and national issues. The committee shall educate the public about policies that affect our community and advocate for the business community at every level of government.

Meets quarterly or as needed

Community Development

This committee plans and executes activities and projects that lead towards improvement of the physical and environmental elements of the community so that it will become a better and more attractive place in which to live, work, shop, and invest. The Committee has a hand in all of our signature events to further commitment to our Chamber and business community.

Meets 2nd Tuesday at 3:30


Connect the needs of the business with the curriculum and passion for education; create a better understanding of those needs between schools, businesses, and the community through a variety of activities that are mutually beneficial in the areas of mentorship, real-world learning, and educational excellence.

Motivate our schools to creatively foster relationships by networking with community groups, sharing resources with local businesses, and nurturing corporate sponsors.

Improve the synergy between education and the community by forming collaborative partnerships between schools and businesses in both city-wide and individual school settings.

Build bridges between stakeholders in our children’s future through community passion and awareness.

Meets 2nd Wednesday at 9:30 am.

Emerging Leaders

Frankfort Area Emerging Leaders (FAEL) provides a great opportunity for professionals between the ages of 21 – 40 to network and educate themselves on important issues facing the Frankfort area. Through community service projects, social events, corporate tours, and professional development, FAYP members develop strong ties in the Frankfort community. The Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce encourages members to become more involved throughout the community and to serve as future leaders.

Meets 1st Tuesday at 2 pm.

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