The BC Chamber is coming to town in February and the Kimberley Chamber has arranged an informal meet and greet opportunity for our members.
Join the Kimberley Chamber to Celebrate CHAMBER WEEK with our special guests from our Chamber Group benefits plan, Ramon Silas and the BC Chamber of Commerce Director of Policy Dan Baxter and Director of Membership Joan Isac. Learn how the BC Chamber is helping Kimberley & Cranbrook Businesses through advocacy and benefits and connections!
- Ramon will give a presentation on Chamber Group benefit plans, critical illness and other options as a chamber member
- Dan will details on the BC Chamber network?s policy work relative to issues of our region
- Joan will discuss member benefits that are available to all members of the Chamber of Commerce with specific focus on Legal Consultation and access to student talent for your business.
This informal presentation is open to all Kimberley Chamber members. For a more detailed presentation, the BC Chamber will be presenting at the Cranbrook Chamber luncheon on Feb 20th. If you are not able to make this morning event, registration for the daytime Feb 20th event is open to all Kimberley and Cranbrook members.
JOAN ISAC, Director of Member Relations, BC Chamber of Commerce
DAN BAXTER, Director of Policy Development, Government and Stakeholder Relations, BC Chamber of Commerce
Dan has been with the BC Chamber for 6 years. Prior to joining the BC Chamber, Dan spent three years with the federal government, two of those years in Ottawa. Dan worked for the Honourable Ed Fast, former Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, where he led the Minister?s Asia-Pacific Gateway file. Dan is passionate about community service and civic participation. For over 15 years, Dan has been a volunteer member of various boards. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Richmond Community Coalition and Britannia Heritage Shipyard Society.
Known for her enthusiasm for connecting the dots, her ability to build strong working relationships, and her problem-solving skills, Joan has been an integral part of the BC Chamber team over the past year. She gained management experience in many sectors but has specialized in community and Indigenous relations in recent years, representing FortisBC on projects to consult with local government, the public, First Nations and other key stakeholders. Always in the search for the best deal or value-adds she is pleased to be joining us to review some of the finer details of the benefit programs that are available to all members of the chamber network in BC.