Ambassadors

The North San Antonio Chamber’s Ambassador Program supports our mission by rolling out the red carpet for new Members, ensuring that every new Member experiences a sincere welcome, introduction, and a sustained connection to the variety of Member benefits and programs available for their investment.

AMBASSADOR COMMITTEE

  • As an Ambassador, you are a representative for the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce at public and Chamber sponsored events/activities, such as Ribbon Cuttings, Grand Openings, Ground Breakings and other events.
  • Ambassadors will assist in the promotion, volunteer support of and development of various Chamber sponsored events such as those listed above. As an Ambassador, your dedication, time and efforts are appreciated and highly valued by the Board of Directors, Chamber Staff and Membership.

Ambassador Co-Chair

Tiffaney Oles-Escamilla
Smith Protective Services

Ambassador Co-Chair

Bryan Anz
Unique HR

 

Ambassadors

John Duda
Edward Jones Investments – John Duda

Irene Pavlovsky
Edward Jones Investments – John Duda

Robert Stockhausen
SWBC

Ernest Garza
Frost – Blanco Rd

Colleen Whitten
Greater Texas Credit Union

Chris Crane
San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind & Vision Impaired

Shane Sharp
Spurs Sports & Entertainment

Kim Munoz
Via Metropolitan Transit

Misty Porter
Modern Managed IT, LLC

Hugo Hernandez
ANB-Amarillo National Bank

Melcher Martinez
Broadway Bank

Eric Neal
American Momentum Bank

James Cardenas
My Insurance Group

Sara Hildebrand
Compass RE, Texas LLC

Steven Bell
CTWP

Crystal Fuller
Crystal Fuller, State Farm Insurance Agent

Jorge Zeledon-Castillo
Our City Designs & Print (OCD Print)

Javier Menedez
Ecomaids of Shavano-Hollywood Park – Timberwood Park

Calvin Henry
Bexar County Military and Veterans Services

Av Ron Trabue
Broadway Bank

Kim Persyn
Sodalis Stone Oak

Ricky Leonard
Sodalis Stone Oak

Pari Annamalai
San Antonio Paints

Thenammai Annamalai
San Antonio Paints

Jacki Morris
JBGoodwin, REALTORS®

Enrique Birriel
H5 Data Centers

Ricky Gonzalez
Stretchlab Stone Oak

Shane Saunders
The Insurance Solutions Experts

Rosantina Aranda
Business Lending Advocate

Stacey Rhodes
Neighborhood News, Inc.

Reina Gonzales
Guide Dogs of Texas, Inc.

Eva Magana-Kibbey
Eva Magana Photography

Shane Kibbey
Eva Magana Photography

 

Ambassadorship Has Its Privileges

WHAT DOES AN AMBASSADOR DO?

  • Serve as the Chamber’s front line representatives at public and sponsored events and activities, such as Ribbon Cuttings, Grand Openings, Ground Breakings, and other events.
  • Volunteer their time to provide outreach and support to the business community.
  • Contribute by promoting and providing volunteer support for Chamber-sponsored events.
  • Connect with new Members, helping to onboard them and encourage their full engagement with the Chamber.
WHY BECOME AN AMBASSADOR?

  • Increases visibility for you and your business.
  • Form business relationships through the Chamber network.
  • Exposes you to a variety of business and community leaders.
  • Expands your circle of influence through stronger community connections.
  • Help other Members achieve their business and professional goals.
  • Stand-Out among Members and community with NSAC Ambassador Medallion.

Ambassador Program

WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS AND EXPECTATIONS?

  • Complete an Ambassador application.
  • Be active business Member representative in good standing.
  • Commit to attend program meetings.
  • As Chamber emissaries, help build community trust and confidence.
  • Attend Ribbon Cutting, Grand Opening, and Ground Breaking events.
  • Commit to connecting with new Members.
  • Volunteer at Chamber events.
  • Demonstrate active engagement throughout the year
  • Connect with new Members, helping to onboard them and encourage their full engagement with the Chamber.
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS
Ambassadors receive various accolades, recognition, and visibility because of their involvement which may include, but are not limited, to the following:

  • Additional opportunities to promote and market their businesses.
  • Ambassadors may be referred to other chamber and civic leadership roles as a result of their involvement and exposure.