Ambassadors act as the “Face of the Chamber,” and are selected through a process of application, approval by the Ambassador Committee and Board of Directors. Ambassadors serve one year terms and – if interested – may be nominated to serve as a Board Member should an open seat become available. To maintain active status, ambassadors are expected to earn $750 Hewitt Dollars each year (more info below).


Greater Hewitt Chamber Volunteers support the Chamber’s mission by working large events and light office duties as available. Special thanks to our volunteers! Chris Cady, Cindy Donaldson, Dave Ulman, Glynn Beaty, IV Williams, John Kelly, Jose Neira, Katie Allgood, Michelle Kelly, Tanisha Johnson, Zach Burke

Hewitt Dollars

What are Hewitt Dollars?

The Greater Hewitt Chamber is successful because of our dedicated volunteers and their support year-round. All Chamber volunteers are eligible to earn “Hewitt Dollars” based on their activities which are tracked by the Executive Director January through October. Volunteers are provided their Hewitt Dollars (essentially monopoly money) to spend during our rewards party silent auction each fall. Items to spend dollars on include goodie baskets, gift cards, event tickets and more items from local businesses!

The Hewitt Dollars system is also utilized by the Board of Directors and Staff as they review volunteer performance throughout the year, and the Awards Committee utilizes it to assist in the selection of annual business awards including Ambassador of the Year, which is presented at the Chamber’s banquet.  Below is a list of various activities and their assigned Hewitt Dollar value.

$50.00 Tasks

Retention Phone Calls, Committee Meetings, Hospitality (Set-up, Tear Down, Event Greeter, Check-in for networking events), Bring a Prospect to Events, Nonbusiness Member Recruit, Door Prize Donation

$100.00 Tasks

Hewitt City Council Meetings, New Business Member Recruit, Ribbon Cutting, Welcome Bag Distribution (per drop site) Member Visits (per visit) Welcome Bag Prep (per hour), Community and Chamber Event Volunteer (per hour)

Special thanks to our current ambassadors!

Aaron Jetelina, WTXmedia
Adam Beikmann, WTXmedia
Amanda Cunningham, Coldwell Banker Apex, Realtors
Angela Goette, National United
Beau Hart, Hewitt Church of Christ
Beth McCarn, Woody Butler Homes
Brenda Turner, Resident
Brian Black, LevelUp
Cameron Akin, Hip Pixel Photography
Charlie Turner, Resident
Chris & Lynn Peck, Real Property Management Apex
Dee Raber, Pro Star Home Repair and Construction Services
Dena Bridgewater, NAFE & Pure Romance by Dena
Denise Gay, Susan G. Komen East Central Texas Affiliate
Diane Jenkins, Nu Skin | Pharmanex
Donny Hunter, LegalShield Business Solutions
Glenda Ruiz, GTR Vacations
Jan Thomas, Rodan & Fields
Jeanne Rieger, LegalShield Business Solutions
Jennifer Snyder, Neat As A Pin
Joby Gay, Exodus HR Group
Joe Stepanski, Joe Stepanski State Farm
John Hutchens, McLennan Community College
Joy Herbelin, Woody Butler Homes
Kacie Birkes, Grout Pros Waco, LLC
Kate Hogan, Interim Healthcare
Katy Redding, Specialty Restoration


Keith Maynard, JRBT
Kim Johnson, Midway ISD
Kimberly Pullman, BBVA Compass
Lisa Lowe, Jack of All Trades
Loreen Wilfong, Line X of Waco
Lucy Witt, De Ja Do Hair Salon
Matthew Bond, Extraco Banks
Matthew Boudreaux, ClearVista Financial Services
Melanie Crain, Living Springs Assisted Living
Mike Muhlman, Mr. Electric
Natalie Morphew, Bentwood Realty
Pat Breen, Action Fire Pros
Richard Kruger, Richard Kruger State Farm
Richard Nettles, Extraco Banks
Royce Berger, SCM Promos
Sandra Suggs, Woody Butler Homes
Shawna Roscom, Edward Jones Investments
Shelley Williams, Visiting Angels
Stephanie Cathey, Movement Mortgage
Stephanie Nystrom, Prime Lending
Sue Leonard, Sweet Success Business Coaching
Thanh Le, Clay Pot Restaurant
Tolea Smith, Allen Samuels Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram Fiat
Trisha Menchu, Coldwell Banker Apex, Realtors
Tyson Charlson, Fruipeno LLC
Vanessa Carrillo, Vanessa’s Boutique
Whitney Jester, Quality Care of Waco