The Partnership Level organizations featured below provide essential financial support to ongoing economic vitality, workforce development and public policy initiatives at the Brea Chamber. With their financial support, the Chamber will continue to forge a strong and diverse business climate to benefit all members of the Brea business community.
Please support our partners, as they help us to support you.
The Brea Chamber Business Council is the highest level of membership available and is reserved for businesses that desire to partner with the Brea Chamber to leverage its staff, influence and vast business resources and partnerships to support or solve business issues most important to the member business.
Business Council Members are central to the Chamber's Economic Development programming, including workforce development and internship programs, future development and the business climate within the city, as well as public information and public affairs initiatives. The council meets in a small group setting with a number of law makers each year.
Council Members enjoy concierge service and customized support, and have the comfort of knowing that the Brea Chamber is working on their key initiatives. The Business Council meets quarterly to discuss broad business issues impacting their businesses.
Women in Leadership Council
The Women Leaders Council was developed to fulfill one specific goal in the area of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, which is the advancement of women in the workforce. With women holding just 8% of corporate CEO jobs, yet bringing vastly needed skills to business, the issue has never been more relevant to business. It has been studied and proven that a balance of genders at the top creates more profitable, successful and efficient companies. Clearly, the advancement of women is the DEI business of women is a business issue.
The Women Leaders Council is the advisory board working with our CEO on the Women Rising Leadership Academy (WRLA). In collaboration with California State University Fullerton, and after proving success in advancing women over the last 9 years, the Brea Chamber has launched this groundbreaking program for working women.
The program focuses on helping women overcome the barriers they are likely to face to their advancement, and offers practical and proven tools to help them advance. The Women Leaders Council helps fund the program, and provides valuable input into the expansion of the program, as well as further DEI and workforce development programming.
Chair's Circle members annual dues is based on the number of employees and could include additional event sponsorship. The minimum investment to become a Chair's Circle Member is $1,500 per year. Event sponsorships are customized to member interests and needs, and may include event tickets.
Partnership Level Membership: An Investment with Immeasurable Returns
Joining at the Partnership Level places your business in an elite group, and provides critical support to ongoing economic development, workforce, education and public policy initiatives at the Brea Chamber. With your financial support, we will continue to forge a strong and diverse business climate and maintain the prosperity of the Brea business community.
Membership benefits can be individually tailored to meet your specific needs. For more information about joining the Business Council, Women in Leadership Council, or Chair's Circle, contact President/CEO, Lacy Schoen.