Considered the goodwill arm of the Chamber, the Ambassadors Council plays a vital role as the cornerstone of the chamber’s future success. Welcoming new investors to the chamber is just one of the ways in which ambassadors promote the Greater Baltimore Chamber. Ambassadors invite new investors to events, promote community awareness, and serve as liaisons between the chamber and the member. The Ambassadors Council consists of chamber members in good standing who are interested in volunteering their time to engage members. Upon appointment, each ambassador makes a commitment to build intentional relationships with chamber investors in order to cultivate a loyal, committed investment base. The chamber’s goal is to cultivate highly-informed and involved members who, together, want to help build a Greater Baltimore.
Ambassadors are responsible for engaging, encouraging, and expanding relationships on behalf of the Chamber. Each ambassador is encouraged to connect members with other members and services. Ambassadors also provide vital resources by sharing their own business, wisdom, organizational insights, and connections with other chamber members.
If you are interested in applying, complete the application linked below. Upon submitting an application, you will be contacted by the Director of the Ambassadors Council if you have been selected for an interview.
What Chamber Members Are Saying:
"Being an active member of the Chamber is such a meaningful & rewarding experience. The number of resources, networking opportunities, and connections throughout the county that come with being a member has made my time here well spent. Along with the Chamber’s resources, I’ve also received an enormous amount of support during the pandemic and with my business that I would not have received without my membership."
Heidi Hiller, CEO of Innovative Party Planners
"The Greater Baltimore Chamber of Commerce has given me a greater appreciation for entrepreneurship and insight into running a small business. The networking opportunities are priceless. I’ve had the privilege to meet so many like-minded business owners who are passionate about their craft. I’ve been a member since 2018 and have witnessed the chamber go through so many obstacles and changes, but the camaraderie, support, and willingness to rally together in tough times really sets this chamber apart. As a business owner, it’s refreshing to know that this resource exists whose mission is to help us thrive and grow through networking, partnerships, and giving back to our community."
Kimberly Fernandez, Owner of Girlkin Lashes
"The Greater Baltimore Chamber of Commerce is a crucial pillar of my business plan. The Chamber offers direct support relevant to my strategies for growth and sustainability. GBCC connects me with business owners and consumers in the community and fosters the relationship-building process. I find colleagues and business partners within the Chamber, and more importantly, reach clients outside the organization. My GBCC membership keeps my services and brand ‘top of mind’ and is a key aspect of my direct and drip marketing efforts. I show up and participate, and the GBCC model delivers."
Heidi Marie Bell, Owner at Heidi Marie Bell Photography
"The Greater Baltimore Chamber of Commerce feels like home! It’s great to be around like-minded business owners who are invested in our community. These types of organizations are meant to be more than just a title, more than just a resume builder, but an impactful experience, and that can be found here. There’s passion at every event the chamber hosts, and I guarantee that if you’re invested and genuine about networking, you’ll find meaningful connections at the very first event you attend. I did!"
Marcellis Mosby II, Owner at Disinfect It
"Joining the Greater Baltimore Chamber of Commerce was one of the best decisions for our business. We have been in business for 9 years and belong to many chambers and business associations. This has by far been the best! Beth and team do exactly what a chamber is supposed to do: they support your business, help you generate leads, and promote your business. They hold networking and events that will help your business grow!"
Joni Elmore, Owner at Kona Ice of Central Baltimore County