Committees are open to all NJC members.
The Marketing Committee serves as the voice for the NJC. Committee members can get involved with the NJC Facebook page, Twitter, Instagram, weekly newsletter, website and so much more! No prior marketing experience required. This committee meets the 3rd Monday of each month at The Pub in the Gulch.
The Networking Committee plans the monthly Networking Mixers and the members-only “After Hours” mixers. Networking also plans, organizes, and oversees the Pedals & Pints event, which funds the NJC’s operations arm. They meet on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at Fat Bottom Brewing Co.
The NJC Civic Committee is dedicated to leading young professionals in the pursuit of betterment for our community by:
Championing civic engagement events and volunteer opportunities
Promoting awareness of social problems and potential solutions, and
Identifying and executing on opportunities to do good for our community.
The Civic Committee organizes the annual Pitch Nashville event, Coffee with the Mayor, and other community events. Join our committee on the fourth Monday of each month at the Red Bicycle coffee shop (2190 Nolensville Pike) at 6PM to get involved.
The Professional Development committee plans CEO Roundtables, hands on professional development workshops, The Leadership Institute, and several other special events throughout the year. Get involved by chairing an event! This committee meets the second Tuesday of every month at 6 PM at M.L.Rose Craft Beers & Burgers - Capital Vie.
Once you’ve been in the Chamber for 6 months, you can apply to be an ambassador. Ambassadors are tasked with meeting new members as they join and helping them get connected. Applications occur every 6 months.
Whether you’re already a member or just joining the Nashville Junior Chamber, the Philanthropy Committee is a great way to get involved while giving back to the Nashville community. Committee Chair, Derek Granger, has a variety of leadership roles, large and small, for committee members. In addition to planning monthly volunteer events, they plan the fall fundraiser and the annual Sips & Kicks and Ragin’ Cajun Crawfish Boil events. This committee meets the 1st Wednesday of each month at Fat Bottom Brewing Co. Join us!
The Alumni Committee is responsible for engaging and connecting previous members of the NJC to each other while also keeping them informed about the efforts of the current membership. This is accomplished through Alumni specific quarterly newsletters and networking events.
The Finance Committee is led by the Treasurer and is responsible for the financial security of the Nashville Junior Chamber. This committee manages funds, oversees budgets, and recommends to the Board of Governors the donation amount to the Charity of The Year.