Ready to make a difference? Join a Chamber committee.

The Stillwater Chamber of Commerce is organized to advance the general welfare and prosperity of the Stillwater area so its citizens and all areas of the community can prosper. The Chamber relies on dedicated volunteers to assist in furthering its mission by serving on a committee or taskforce. A Chamber committee is your chance to get involved, gain leadership skills and added contacts. Put your expertise to use and shape the decisions that affect our growing community. 

Chamber partners and employees on their staff can take advantage of this opportunity to participate and get the most out of their membership. Find your interest, make a difference and get involved!

(Agribusiness, Ambassadors, Government Affairs, Infrastructure or Total Resource Campaign)

Agribusiness Committee
Meeting Schedule: 2nd Tuesday of the month at noon
Chair: Brent Demuth, Payne County Bank | Purpose: Promote agriculture in our region by recruiting ag-related events. Focus on development and retention of ag-based businesses and programs. 

Ambassadors Committee
Meeting Schedule: Quarterly at various locations
Chair: Cecily Morris, First National Bank & Trust Company Purpose: Act as a liaison for the Chamber with our membership. Work to retain existing partners and attract new partners by explaining services, resources and benefits. Attend business openings, expansion events and conduct partner visits.

Government Affairs Committee
Meeting Schedule: Meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 4:00 p.m.
Chair: Bryan Langford-Loftis, Loftis & Wetzel Purpose: Develop the Chamber's Annual Legislative Agenda on behalf of the business community for advocacy at city, state and federal level.  Facilitate legislative programs and work with public officials to communicate needs of the business community. 

Infrastructure Committee
Meeting Schedule: 1st Wednesday of the month at 4:00 p.m.
Chair: Roger Gose, Gose & Associates | Purpose: Provide input and direction in community planning, infrastructure and growth. Convene for discussion on business needs, public works and monitoring of local policies and regulations.

Total Resource Campaign Committee
Meeting Schedule: Late August through October
Purpose: Volunteers work with partner businesses once annually to develop strategic marketing plans through available opportunities the Chamber offers.