The Importance Of Being A Board Member

The Board of Directors are a collective group of 15 elected members nominated and voted upon by their fellow members. The board of directors meet monthly on the second Thursday of each month at 8:00 AM. All board members must have solid work/professional ethics and strong business/community involvement, and belief in the purpose of the Chamber. Board members are recognized as community leaders and should take an active leadership role in the chamber, serving on one of the focus area committees.

The Nomination Period for the Perdido Chamber Board of Directors begins in August of Each year. If you would like to nominate someone or yourself for the upcoming Board term, please contact Tammy at the Chamber.

The Benefits Of Becoming A Keyholder/Ambassador

The Keyholders of the Perdido Key Chamber are those who choose to serve as an important link between the chamber and its members. As an official ambassador of the Chamber, you are looked up to as a mentor in the business community and are seen as one who holds a greater knowledge of chamber programs and the business community in general. This is a great way to gain exposure for both yourself and your business through a multitude of networking opportunities and exposure in the chamber community.

Meet our Keyholders:
  • Sally Bowen, Sally’s Island Catering
  • Judy Davis, Perdido Key Sports Bar & Perdido Key Souvenirs and More
  • Curtis Cantrell, SouthTel, Inc.
  • Lori Raisch, Perdido Key Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Jim Beran, Gilmore
  • Chad Swan, Perdido Key Concierge
  • Rachel Williams, Pointe South Rentals and Real Estate
  • Dannette Sirmon, Edward Jones Investments
  • Dr. Raymond “Dean” Wood, Columbia Southern University
  • Josh Brown, Beachbilly Lifestyle