Progressively serving the Lake Nona Region with Opportunities that enable growth and success while Supporting our members through their journey.
Our Chamber is growing rapidly while also securing a visible influence with regional government officials, community leaders and influencers, large businesses and the community as a whole. We actively advocate on behalf of business and non-profit organizations while also bringing valuable information for our members’ consumption. We fight for our members’ continued Opportunity, Progress and Support. We actively disagree with discrimination, threats to our community whether physical or financial, and unfair practices.
Be our guest for our monthly evening after-hours, "1st Tuesdays", or "Breakfast Connection" every 2nd Thursday or "Business Luncheon", every 4th Friday. We also offer quarterly professional breakfast networking seminars, "Contagious Connecting", in February, May, August and November.
Our annual Signature community events each year are: "Nona Chamber Festival", in March and "Taste of Nona", in October.
TASTE OF NONA - THIS SATURDAY
DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE WEATHER
WE GOT YOU COVERED!
OUR EVENT IS NOW LOCATED IN LAKE NONA TOWN CENTER GARAGE
6955 Lake Nona Blvd, Lower Level
Only a few discounted tickets remain
From The CEO-October 2019-THANKS TO OUR DEPARTING DIRECTORS
October 1 marks the beginning of our fiscal year here at the Chamber. It is also when we greet new volunteer directors to the board and sadly, say goodbye to several who served with distinction over numerous years. Leaving the board, but not the Chamber, this year are Nelson de Freitas, Arbra Calvert, Brian Miller and Kris Conner. Many of these hard-working directors have served on the board since the creation of our chamber in 2013. If not for them there would not be a Lake Nona Regional Chamber.
The Chair of the board position rotates every two years. Effective October 1, Andrea Byrge will end her two-year term and continue to serve for another two years on the board in the advisory position of past chair. Andrea oversaw the board during one of the quickest periods of membership growth for any chamber while also maintaining efficient operations and event management. We are extremely grateful for her dedication to excellence.
On October 1 we welcome our new directors selected from a slate of candidates by the nomination committee and the board. On that day we also greet Sean Gerlin as the new chair as he begins his two-year term. Thank you all for your vigorous efforts for the Chamber.
Next time you talk with one of the staff or a director, ask them about our OPS Plan for providing Opportunity, Progress and Support.