June 2, 2021
Registration is free for members
NOVA Chamber's Advocacy 101
June 7th | 10-11AM
Have you ever wondered why the Chamber is considered The Voice of Business in Northern Virginia®? Do you want to become more involved in our advocacy efforts but do not know where to begin? Join your fellow members for Advocacy 101, a quick and comprehensive new webinar for Chamber members. You will learn how the annual Legislative Agenda is created, how the Policy Committee works, what the NOVABIZPAC does, and how that all ties together to create our unique and robust advocacy program. Register now and learn why we’ve been called “arguably the most important business group in the state.”
Registration is free for members
2021 Greater Washington Good Business Awards
June 11th | 9-10AM
What does the Chamber have planned for the next year? Who will be our new Board Executives? Who will be this year's Business of the Year? Who will receive this year's Lifetime Achievement Award?

Answers to those questions and more will be revealed during the upcoming Greater Washington Good Business Awards! The Good Business Awards honor and celebrate the leadership of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits that serve as powerful champions for good in our community. From corporate social responsibility champions to nonprofit organizations that help solve the region’s greatest challenges, the Greater Washington Good Business Awards honors purposeful community leadership, efforts that make a positive impact, and those that do good. 
Registration is free for members
Impactful Innovation: A Fireside Chat With Dr. Gregory Washington and Telly Tucker
June 17th | 9:30-11AM
Dr. Gregory Washington, President of George Mason University and Telly Tucker, Executive Director of Arlington Economic Development will dive into a discussion about George Mason University’s cutting-edge Arlington campus. Through a public-private-partnership, the state-of-the-art Institute for InnovAtion (IDIA) will bring together students, educators, entrepreneurs, and innovators to immerse themselves in the latest technologies creating a diverse and sustainable pipeline of talent filling the needs of the future workforce.

Join us and learn more about:
  • How companies can connect to this new talent pipeline
  • How the IDIA’s talent will lure top technology companies to the region
  • The New Virginia Promise, George Mason University’s pathway for a four-year degree for everyone who wants one
Registration is free
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Blueprint Virginia 2030 Regional Tour - Region 7 Meeting
July 21st
The Virginia Chamber Foundation is pleased to formally release the dates and open registration for the Blueprint Virginia 2030 Regional Tour.

Those who register will be invited to participate in the Blueprint Virginia 2030 Regional Tour survey. As part of the Blueprint Virginia 2030 development process, the Virginia Chamber Foundation has announced it will host a series of virtual meetings throughout Virginia, in partnership with its network of local, regional, and other chambers of commerce; and GO Virginia and VEDA. These meetings will serve to foster greater regional collaboration by bringing together leaders in business, economic development, workforce, education, housing, and other community representatives from across the Commonwealth to provide input for Virginia’s next statewide strategic plan.
Doing Business is the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce's weekly e-newsletter focused on member-relevant news, Council Series updates, and upcoming events. Each month we will feature advocacy updates, a message from our President & CEO, and member-written blog posts. Subscription sign-up and past issues may be found on our website.