Welcome To The Anchorage Chamber!
Want to become a member of Alaska’s largest business organization? Looking to join a grass-roots advocacy or fun networking committee? Looking for the Anchorage Chamber to work for you while you’re at work?
No matter what your level of involvement, the Anchorage Chamber has a wide range of opportunities for each of its 1,100 business members.
Membership BenefitsJoining the Anchorage Chamber will provide you instant access to our extensive network of 1,100 business members throughout Anchorage and Alaska. Your company, or organization, can begin utilizing broad marketing opportunities, connecting with key policy-makers, enjoying discounted programs and events, and building your network of professionals.
The Anchorage Chamber represents nearly 1,100 businesses making up 54,000 of Anchorage’s workforce. Together we can advance a successful business climate.
Bruce Bustamante is the President of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce and has lived and worked in Anchorage for over 25 years.
Previously, Bruce was Vice President of Community and Public Affairs for Princess Cruises where he served for 8 years. Prior to that Bruce was President and CEO of the Anchorage Convention & Visitors Bureau, now known as Visit Anchorage, where he served in that capacity for seven years. During that time Bruce was directly involved with two campaigns to build a new convention center in Anchorage, which passed voter approval in 2005.
Bruce also worked for Alaska Airlines as Regional Sales Director where he managed three sales offices in Alaska from 1992 - 2000. Bruce worked for Alaska Airlines for 17 years and lived and worked in Seattle, Tucson, and Los Angeles before moving to Alaska.
Ramona SpeckingEvent Manager
The Event Coordinator is responsible for facilitating, procuring sponsorships, budgeting, promoting, and managing all annual events including the Bowl-A-Thon, Citywide Cleanup, Military Appreciation Week, Past Presidents’ Picnic, Gold Pan Awards, Chamber Train Ride, Holiday Open House, and the Legislative Reception. They are the Chamber’s staff liaison to the military and legislative committees and assists the ATHENA Society with their annual luncheon.
Carlos Pereira, Jr.Operations Manager
Carlos graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Architecture from the University of Houston in 2011. His background includes extensive IT, oil & gas, architecture and graphic design experience. He is responsible for the website updates, accounts payable/accounts receivable, IT and Network support, and weekly eNewsletters.. He also provides support on event coordination for the "Make it Monday" forum, Gold Pan Awards, Business After Hours and is the Director for the Young Professionals Group.
Tosha KellyManager of Programs & Communication
Tosha graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2007 with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Public Communications. She is currently an online Graphic Design student at Full Sail University. She coordinates the "Make it Monday" forums, which are weekly forums focused on policy debates and initiatives, resource development updates, and innovative commerce discussions in Alaska. She is also involved in membership communications, the Chamber Academy educational seminars, Ambassador Council and more.
Tabitha KarpowMembership Sales Manager
Biography coming soon.
Aubrie HermanAdministrative Assistant
Biography coming soon.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Weekdays
The Anchorage Chamber Office is closed on holidays and for special events. The office is also closed on Mondays between 11:30 to1 p.m.for the"Make it Monday" forum.
Events Hotline: 907-274-5195
1016 West Sixth Avenue, Suite 301
(Intersection of 6th Avenue and K Street)