Improving the quality of community life in the Tulsa region
All of the Tulsa Regional Chamber's programs are focused on making northeast Oklahoma a vibrant place to live, work and visit. From developing the next generation of civic and business leaders to fostering equitable economic outcomes, the Chamber engages with a broad network of stakeholders to enhance the quality of community life in the Tulsa region.
TYPROS is a young professionals organization housed at the Chamber. The group's mission is to attract and retain young talent to the Tulsa region, develop the next generation of civic and business leaders, and enhance Tulsa's sense of place.
TYPROS hosts dozens of social gatherings, networking events and community service opportunities each year.
See TYPROS in action at typros.org.
Mosaic is the Chamber's coalition of companies and nonprofit partners that celebrate diversity, champion equity and cultivate inclusion within the regional business community.
Mosaic meets the third Tuesday of every month at 8:30 a.m. at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center.
Learn more at mosaictulsa.com.
Each year, the Tulsa Regional Chamber assembles a delegation of approximately 100 community leaders to visit a peer city and learn best practices. Intercity Visits are an opportunity for Chamber members and staff, elected officials, business leaders, educational administrators, young professionals and regional partners to gather ideas and insights from cities overcoming challenges similar to our own.
Learn more about what Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum says is "the most important thing the Chamber does each year."