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Company Overview of U.S. Chamber of Commerce
U.S. Chamber of Commerce is a business association that represents businesses, state and local chambers, and business associations. The association provides advocacy, networking and professional development, information sharing, discounts on value-added services to its members. U.S. Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1912 and is based in Washington, D.C.
1615 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20062
Founded in 1912
Key Executives for U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Information Officer
Executive Vice President and President of Institute for Legal Reform
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Key Developments
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Announces Leadership Changes to Shape its Lobbying Strategy
Oct 21 16
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce announced changes in its leadership structure that will shape the group's lobbying strategy as it prepares for a new Congress and president in a political climate that is increasingly hostile to the business community's agenda. The impending changes, expected to be announced in the coming weeks, will address how the powerful business lobby plans to fill the role of longtime chief lobbyist Bruce Josten, who is slated to retire at the end of the year. It is unclear whether the changes will result in replacing Josten directly or will be one step in a broader reshuffling of top-level executives at the Chamber. The move comes at an important juncture for the Chamber and the broader business lobby in Washington as populist movements in both parties have put in peril many of the top items on their agenda, including trade deals and immigration reform. For years, the business community could count on the strong support of Republicans, but that alliance has frayed in recent years with tea party Republicans complaining about corporate influence and crony capitalism.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Names Aliko Dangote as Co-Chair of its US-Africa Business Centre
Sep 21 16
United States Chamber of Commerce has named Aliko Dangote as co-chair of its US-Africa Business Centre. Dangote will serve alongside Jay Ireland, President/CEO of GE Africa. In October 2013, he was named by Forbes as the Most Powerful Man in Africa.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Appoints Maxine Tuner as New Chair of U.S. Chamber's Small Business Council
Jul 19 16
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce appointed Maxine Turner, founder of Salt Lake City-based Cuisine Unlimited Catering & Special Events as the chairwoman of the group's Council on Small Business. The council is the U.S. Chamber's principal policy committee representing small businesses. Members of the Council on Small Business help formulate the U.S. Chamber's small business policy agenda. As chair, Turner will lead the council to represent small business before Congress, the administration, and regulatory agencies to create a more positive environment for the growth of small business throughout the country. Turner has more than 35 years of experience in the food service industry. Her catering and event company has been involved in national and international events.
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