The Hampton Roads Chamber is the premier pro-business organization serving as an Impactful Advocate, Powerful Economic Partner, and Inspiring Ignitor in order to set the conditions for businesses to succeed.
The Virginia Peninsula Chamber is a 1400+ member and affiliates business development organization serving a population base of 530,000, with over 13,000 business entities, 4 major military installations, a NASA research facility, a Department of Energy laboratory, various National Park Service sites, and more.
The Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance (HREDA) promotes Virginia's Hampton Roads as the perfect location for capital investment and business expansion. As the region's lead economic marketing organization, the Alliance aggressively pursues new business opportunities throughout the world.
The Hampton Roads Planning District Commission (HRPDC), one of 21 Planning District Commissions in the Commonwealth of Virginia, is a regional organization representing this area's 17 local governments.
The Hampton Roads Workforce Council is responsible for developing workforce policy and administering workforce development initiatives in Virginia's Workforce Investment Area 16, which includes these localities: Chesapeake, Franklin, Isle of Wight, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Southampton, Suffolk and Virginia Beach. The Board conducts its operations through the "Hampton Roads Workforce Council" organization. Formerly Opportunity Inc., The Hampton Roads Workforce Council oversees federally funded workforce development programs, which assist businesses in accessing qualified workers and jobseekers in finding suitable job openings and bolstering their earning power through training.
The HRVEC provides a unified community process that advances employment opportunities for Transitioning Service Members, Veterans, and Military Spouses. Dedicated staff assist customers with finding gainful employment in the region, becoming more employable, overcoming barriers to employment, and understanding VA benefits.
The Greater Peninsula Workforce Board is a group of community leaders appointed by local elected officials and tasked with planning and oversight responsibilities for workforce development programs and services within the seven localities that comprise the Virginia Career Works – Greater Peninsula Region. They are one of the fifteen Boards established within the Commonwealth by the Governor’s Office.
The Langley Civic Leaders Association effectively supports Langley AFB, its associated tenant organizations, its functions and programs, as well as all the military and civilian personnel who serve there.
The American Flood Coalition is a nonpartisan group of elected officials, military groups, nonprofit organizations, businesses and local leaders that have come together to drive adaptation to the reality of higher seas, stronger storms, and more frequent flooding. The coalition seeks to advance national solutions that support flood-affected communities and protect our nation's residents, economy, and military installations.