The 2019 – 2020 Atherton Tablelands Chamber of Commerce committee are dedicated to assisting local small business. We have included photos of these hard working volunteers with some of their family and loved ones, a reminder that they too have businesses and family to take care of, but are willingly offering their time to assist your small business.
While COVID-19 has put a stop to many of the projects that were being planned, the committee have rolled up their sleeves to offer support to small business through these trying times.
The 2020 AGM has been postponed for 6 months, the new date of the AGM will be posted to our Facebook page and sent out in our Enews.
Bree has a passion for small business and all things community. You will often be see her name supporting local not-for-profits and community events through her business BizOffsider, and community Facebook pages; My Tablelands and Tablelands Unite.
You are invited to meet Bree at the ATCC Open Desk every Wednesday morning from 9.30am – 10.30am at Love – Lee Cafe, 70 Main St Atherton. Take the opportunity to discuss your ideas or concerns about anything small business in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Mil Clay is a man of many hats. He runs a successful print broker business Shooting Star Promotions, and is also involved with Atherton Lions, Freemasons and Atherton Indoor Markets.
Mil has been on the Atherton Tablelands Chamber of Commerce committee for several years and has kept the ship running when numbers were down.
If Mil says he is going to do something, it will get done! It is fantastic having such a motivated committee member.
Calum lives and breaths small business on the Tablelands. He is passionate about regional development and a valuable member of the Atherton Tablelands Chamber of Commerce committee.
Calum is the Economic Development Officef at Tablelands Regional Council and also involved in the Australian Future Agro Challenge.
A passionate local that is always willing to put her hand up for a good cause. Melissa doesn’t currently own a business, but that hasn’t stopped her from giving time to our local small business community.
Melissa is employed by the locally owned Barron Valley Hotel and is also a volunteer for the Atherton Turf Club and Atherton State School P&C comittees.
Christine is a wealth of knowledge and is very passionate about Startup and Innovation, as well as transformative technologies. She is the longest serving member of the Atherton Tablelands Chamber of Commerce Committee and is a valuable member of the team.
Maree and her husband Michael are the proud owners of the historic Barron Valley Hotel that has been in the Nasser family since 1930.
A thriving committee needs members with varying skills and Maree certainly brings a wealth of local knowledge and experience with her.
The BV Hotel proudly supports many local events and fundraisers. Locals supporting locals.
Leeandra is the owner of Love – Lee Cooking, which provides a variety of services from catering from weddings to school camps (including food van if required), food manufacturing and the popular cafe on Main St, Atherton.
With a history in teaching, Leeandra is passionate about working with disadvantaged youth and is also an accredited waste wise business.
Sheila is a dynamite, you will often find her at business networking and events. She has so many stories to tell and is a wealth of knowledge.
Sheila and her late husband started their business Wongabel Stables in 1987 and it is still going strong.
It would also seem that it is impossible to find a photo of Sheila, if you have one – please send it in!
This position was not filled at the 2019 – 2020 AGM and we welcome anybody that is wanting to get involved to get in touch.
We are confident that we will have a full committee at the 2020 AGM after a successful year with increased interest in what the Atherton Tablelands Chamber of Commerce can offer small business in the way of support.