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A collection of organizations that bring together people of various professions
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Membership meetings are held quarterly, usually in February, May, August and November. Members also meet in task forces formed to develop solutions to key issues, and meet regularly with local elected leaders to foster two-way communication.
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BizPac, the political action committee of the Committee of 100, contributes funds to candidates for Huntsville Mayor, City Council and Board of Education; Madison Mayor and City Council; the Madison County Commission and Madison County Superintendent.
BizPac board members interview every candidate for these offices in election years. BizPac makes recommendations for endorsements and contributions to the membership for its approval.
We give money to candidates who are qualified and progressive team players, and consider strongly those with a business background. We contribute most in those elections where we think we can make a significant difference.
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In October 2006, the Committee of 100 formed a new organization for young professionals under 35 to receive training and mentoring as future political leaders. The 50 members of Committee of 100 YP have monthly programs on economic development and public education topics. They also are invited to attend quarterly meetings with the full membership, task force meetings, and lunch meetings with local elected leaders.
YP members also receive training in running a political campaign and being an effective board member. They attend city council, school board and county commission meetings and are mentored by individual members of the Committee of 100.
Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County
225 Church Street Huntsville, Alabama 35801
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What is BRAC?
"BRAC" is an acronym which stands for base realignment and closure. It is the process that the Department of Defense (DoD) has previously used to reorganize its installation infrastructure to more efficiently and effectively support its forces, increase operational readiness and facilitate new ways of doing business.
The 2005 BRAC initiative has resulted in the move of thousands of DoD jobs and support positions to Redstone Arsenal and the surrounding area. Since the approval of the initial BRAC decision in 2005, almost 2,000 of the estimated 4,700 Army and other federal agency jobs moving to Redstone have arrived. The balance of positions are expected to arrive late 2010 through mid-2011.
In addition, the BRAC positions relocating to Redstone Arsenal are expected to generate more than 5,000 other defense and aerospace jobs and more than 9,000 indirect jobs in the service and support sectors.
Other BRAC Resources:
•BRAC to the Future - Nov. 2010
•BRAC to the Future - Dec. 2009
•BRAC to the Future - Nov. 2008 (PDF)
Please see the provided link for a contact page: http://126.96.36.199/~wedcf/contact/
To work within our community to help women achieve self-sufficiency and economic independence by providing mentors, development opportunities, grants and scholarships.
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To see a compleate list of contact for the Hsv Chapter please see here= http://www.sre.org/huntsvil.htm .
Please contact for any more further information. Please see the provided link here http://www.huntsvillealabamausa.com/wbc/events.html for any upcoming events.
The Women’s Business Council is the advocate for women-owned businesses with the Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County. Our Vision is to be the leader in developing and sustaining a fertile, creative environment in which diverse women-owned businesses realize a high level of success and make a significant contribution to the economic well-being of our community.
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Our Mission…Our mission is to increase the number of successful technology-based companies in Huntsville-Madison County, Alabama. We help new entrepreneurs gain access to mentors, group experiences, training, shared space, professional assistance, and capital that will move them onto the fast track to success.
The purpose of the Small Business Development Center is to reduce significantly the failure rate of small businesses in seven counties in Northeast Alabama. The center assists businesses to improve significantly their ability to generate profits; advises potential small business persons regarding the feasibility of a business prior to investing capital; and helps to ensure successful transfer and application of technology in small businesses.
Our process driven approach employs all available resources to create a comprehensive business development plan for your business.
■Tailored training goals
■Subject Matter Experts (SMEs)
■Well established resource network
Piloted Consulting Services
■Promotes consistency and accuracy in monitoring client progress
■Allows for a complete accounting of all client activity
■Allows for a comprehensive evaluation of client development