The Tamworth Junior Chamber currently has one open vacancy on the committee, and invite expressions of interest from people aged 18-35 years to fill these positions. The EOI process will also be used to create a merit list to full future vacancies. Please complete the form here to express your interest.
Tamworth Junior Chamber
The Tamworth Junior Chamber is a sub-committee of the Tamworth Business Chamber. We provide opportunities for people between the ages of 18 and 35 who work in and contribute to our community, to attend events and to network create meaningful connections. We provide opportunities to gain new management and leadership skills consistent with those required to help develop your career and become a strong business leader of tomorrow.
Tamworth Junior Chamber Strategy
Tamworth Junior Chamber committee hosts at least 4 events per year (not including monthly Chambeers and Champagnes and other social/informal events). Typically, these consist of personal development events and social events. Each member is required to attend the Junior Chamber events where possible (we understand that you may not be able to make them all). Each event is assigned a Lead and Support Person from the committee, the remainder of the Committee provide support where needed.
You can also find us on the Tamworth Junior Chamber Facebook page
Tamara is a Community Liaison Officer for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service. This role enables her to tour throughout the New England North West and thank the communities for their continued support to the Service, whilst ensuring that the helicopter remains available 24/7 to those in need. Tamara also assists with the various fundraising events that the Service holds, most notably the Ride for the Chopper. Hailing originally from Glen Innes, Tamara moved to Tamworth 4 years ago and has immersed herself in the local community since then. She is extremely passionate about young people in Tamworth, and about providing opportunities for future personal development and growth.
Luke Fielding is the owner and operating director of Williamsburg (Burger Bar) and The Press 2340 (basement bar). Luke has an extensive history and family background in business ownership and operations and has a strong passion in the hospitality industry to create employment and opportunities for our local community. Luke places a strong focus on staff development, brand awareness, product uniqueness, professionalism, and consistency through his businesses.
Luke is a strong advocate for local businesses, growth, and supporting one and other through the tough times and celebrating with them through their own prosperous times. He is community minded and will always strive for improvement to bring Tamworth the absolute best in his respected field of business. Luke is a big believer in Tamworth’s economic and growth potential, he has invested in this town as a proud business owner and is excited for its future. Luke looks forward to bringing is own experiences to the JBC, and working alongside with its board and members in 2020'
Jack is a Sports Reporter for PRIME7. He grew up in Quirindi and returned to the region after studying Sports Media in Canberra.
He spent two years reporting on news and current affairs in the New England-North West, before branching off into sport, one of his biggest passions.
During his time as a reporter he covered numerous Tamworth Business Chamber stories, developing an interest and appreciation for it's role in the Tamworth business sector.
He is looking forward to applying his knowledge on the city and its surroundings in a way which will give back to his community.
Libby was born and educated in Tamworth. She completed her tertiary studies at the University of New England and the College of Law in Sydney.
Libby and her fiancé also run a small cattle enterprise in the New England area. Libby enjoys playing Oztag and Netball locally. Libby is excited to promote new business and ideas in the Tamworth region. Libby is the Secretary for the Junior Chamber for 2020.
Anneka is a legal practitioner working in the fields of commercial litigation, family law, wills and estates and dispute resolution.
During work, Anneka is the co-chair of the Stacks Law Group Business Law quarterly conferences. The role involves keeping up to date with new and emerging trends in Business Law, and updating the Stacks Law Group as a whole across NSW and Queensland on those points. The role also involves developing working groups to plan, create and improve policies and procedures, documents and knowledge.
On the side, Anneka is also the founding chair of local registered charity Fashion Exchange and Family Network (FEFN), along with Public Officer Joanna Birtles. FEFN was created to provide local charity to local people. Some of the events FEFN run are a clothing drive and wine event twice a year to raise money for local organisations such as Women’s Refuge, Youth Refuge, and Homelessness, and Animal Shelters. It also allows for people to de clutter Marie Kondo style whilst providing cost effective access to good clothing to those who need it and those who are interested.
Whilst she is a busy working woman, Anneka is also a busy wife and mum of one daughter, one dog, and 6 chooks.