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Peer Councils and Networks

Description

Your chamber’s success in its role as community convener and business advocate depends on its ability to create networks enabling success. Peer councils and networks are ways to help your members make valuable business connections while developing community leaders and creating organizational non-dues revenue. Learn the process used by the Billings Chamber to identify the need for peer networks, ensure that they are mission-aligned, and structure and manage them effectively so they contribute positively to the financial bottom line.

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Contributors

  • Jennifer Reiser, CCE, IOM

    Jennifer Reiser is the Chief Operating Officer for the Billings Chamber of Commerce. In addition to operations and human resources, her areas of responsibility include organizational and leadership development, oversight of events and member engagement. She serves as the Director of Leadership Billings, the Trailhead Leadership Academy and the Women’s Leadership Network. Ms. Reiser is a graduate of Rocky Mountain College, worked in Environmental Public Health prior to joining the Billings Chamber in 2011, and holds a Certificate of Public Health from the University of Montana. Jennifer is a 2016 graduate of the U.S. Chamber Foundation’s Institute for Organization Management, has served on the West Institute Board of Regents since 2017, and received her Certified Chamber Executive credential from the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives in 2019.

December 8, 2022
Thu 2:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 0M

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