Committees are established to foster and address issues that are important to the global competitiveness of the country. Committees develop action plans for managing specific projects with tangible deliverables. Action plans are reviewed and endorsed by the Board. Committee Chairs lead the team of volunteers working on implementing the Committee’s action plan. Committees provide professional support to AmCham’s endeavours such as publications, conferences and forums and, depending on the issue, are entitled to represent the chamber vis-à-vis the government, legislation and other stakeholders.
AmCham, in line with its Mission Statement, has the following Committees:
AmCham working teams (Committees and Ad Hoc Working Groups) is open to all AmCham Members in good standing.
The AmCham Staff will maintain an up to date electronic database of all Members who desire to be active in a particular working team.