Chapters and Committees

Collaboration is an important tool for all businesses, and one of the main reasons to get involved in the MIDJersey Chamber. We offer our members many avenues in which to do this, especially through local chapters and business committees. We invite you to become involved with one of these groups to expand your network, as well as to create new opportunities for you.



East Windsor
Greater Route 1
   (Princeton/West Windsor/Plainsboro)
Hopewell Valley
Northern Burlington

For more information on upcoming Chapter meetings and events, contact Jodi Grinwald at (609) 689-9960, ext. 12.


The Diversity Council’s mission is to uphold the Chamber commitment to meet the diverse needs of each of its members by fostering collaboration and cooperation amongst members by providing opportunities to learn about and experience diversity.
Energy & Sustainability
As secure delivery is questioned and the price of energy is ever changing, becoming energy efficient in various ways is a good start in conserving resources and in saving money. We intend to address as many issues of sustainability that concern our members as is possible, as well as educate members on the benefits of being environmentally conscious.
The Golf Committee is tasked with coming up with new ideas and engaging ways to highlight and make each annual Golf Classic better than the year before. This group meets seasonally leading up to the July event.
Hispanic Business (HBC)
HBC’s goal is to raise awareness of the Hispanic business community and offer quality workshops and networking events for Hispanic business professional, while supporting and promoting the diversity in mid-Jersey.
Members of committee serve as Ambassadors and help to assist in the process of prospecting, welcoming and mentoring new members and the retention and stewardship of existing members. The goal of the committee is to ensure that members have a full understanding of how to navigate their membership and feel that they are receiving value on their membership investment.
This committee brings together non-profits to share best practices, network with colleagues, gain access to needed resources and promote non-profit community events.
Drive communication and collaboration among Chamber members in the area of technology. The Tech/Ed committee’s focus is providing information regarding the practical application of technology for organizations through committee discussions and workshops.
Women in Business
The Women in Business mission is “innovative strategies to empower and improve working women and their careers and their lives” The committee hosts networking and panel workshops to all business professionals.
Young Professionals Connective (YPC)
The YPC engages the next generation of business leaders in the mid-Jersey region through professional and business development, networking and community service.