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Call for Chamber Board Nominations

You have an exciting opportunity to strengthen our Chamber by nominating a talented business leader to serve on our board of directors. This person can be a colleague of yours or yourself. Diverse candidates are encouraged and welcome to apply.

Serving on our board is an effective and enjoyable way to connect with leaders who concurrently are dedicating time and talent in service to the Chamber. If you or someone you know are interested in serving, please let me know.

To submit a nomination, please provide me with your nominee’s name, professional status and community engagement. Please also share your rationale for the nomination. Incoming board members will serve an initial three-year term which commences October 1, 2022.

Successful nominees must be willing to:

  • Accept a leadership role within a Chamber initiative,
  • Participate in Chamber events,
  • Assist in recruiting and retaining members,
  • Serve as an enthusiastic advocate for the Chamber.

Nominations will be accepted until noon on Thursday, June 23.

You can email your nomination to me at If special accommodations need to be made or you have questions, concerns or suggestions, contact me at (218) 740-3751.

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Matt Baumgartner

Current Board

The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce serves as the premier advocate for commerce and industry by facilitating interaction among business, government, education, labor, and the greater community by actively creating innovative opportunities for business to advance within local and global economies and encourages fairness in the political process by serving to help educate our members rather than endorsing or supporting political parties or affiliations.

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