About Us

The Chamber is taking care of your business by working for and with other partners to build a strong local economy, to be a strong advocate for business and other member benefit programs. The Chamber embraces a collaborate approach to working with government and community entities for the prosperity of the community.

The Chamber is a non-profit 501(c)(6) organization financed through membership dues investment and revenue generated by programs and events. The Chamber programs, committees, and events are managed by an experienced team of staff members who work on behalf of the membership daily to ensure that the organization operates in a professional business manner. The strength of the organization is through the large contingent of dedicated business volunteers who serve on the board of directors. These volunteers willingly share time, talent, energy, ideas, and expertise ensuring the decisions made are balanced and in the best interest of the community.

The Ambassador Club

The mission of the ambassadors is to increase and retain members in the Haitian American Chamber of Commerce and to improve the quality of membership benefits. Each ambassador donates their time building relationships with new and ongoing members by introducing people at networking events, supporting new businesses at ribbon cuttings, and promoting local stores or locations at their monthly meetings. Each ambassador term is one year, and there is no limit on the amount of terms an ambassador can serve. The ambassador team meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 4 p.m.

The Palm Beach Steering Committee

The mission of the Palm Beach Steering Committee is to increase and retain members in the Palm Beach Area and to improve the quality of membership benefits. The steering committee, which will consist of five officers, will provide expertise, guidance and decisions regarding all aspects of the strategic direction and implementation of Haitian American Chamber of Commerce and will work closely with the Haitian American Chamber of Commerce to achieve its goals. Members of the committee and sub-committees will adhere to the chamber bylaws, rules, regulations and policies.

The Jacksonville Chapter

The Haitian community in the U.S. is one of the fastest-growing ethnic groups is reflected in its political gains.
A new radio station was purchased Jacksonville’s WYMM 1530-AM, and the programming is mostly in the French-Creole language; First Haitian-American Community Church has opened its doors in hopes of attracting an audience from the growing number of Haitians in the First Coast area. In December 2020, four young business entrepreneurs, opened the Jacksonville Chapter of the Chamber of Commerce which offers opportunities to build your business, increase your brand’s visibility, network and develop leadership skills.

Meetings are held on the last Monday of each month at 7:30 pm virtually.

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