ABOUT US

The Lost Sierra Chamber Of Commerce

Since 1980 the Lost Sierra Chamber has worked to support its mission.

When it comes to business in Eastern Plumas County, no organization has been looking out for the best interest of this community longer than the Lost Sierra Chamber of Commerce. Since 1980 the Lost Sierra Chamber has worked to support its mission to be a vital strategic partner creating resources and opportunities for member success, quality of life, engagement and meaningful impact.

From traditional mixer events to newer and more progressive programs we have slated for the future such as Leadership Lost Sierra and What’s Brewing, the Lost Sierra Chamber provides the tools and the resources Eastern Plumas County businesses and the community at large need to succeed.

Membership in the Lost sierra Chamber of Commerce...

is much more than a plaque on the wall, the fulfillment of a sense of civic obligation, or the means to generate new business. Rather, membership represents a commitment to the continued prosperity of the Eastern Plumas County economy.

The Lost Sierra Chamber remains an unbiased advocate for the best interests of the business community. This allows the Chamber to lobby hard on behalf of its members when it comes to civic matters and to take on controversial issues others cannot or do not for political and other reasons.

The Lost Sierra Chamber has been here for the business community for over 40 years. Encouraging business development, support, retention, and recruitment to community development, information dissemination, and issues management, the Lost Sierra Chamber takes the lead – yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

For businesses seeking education, outreach, advocacy, networking, and more, and who want their membership dollars to work hard for them in the hands of local stewards, there is and always has been one clear leader, the Lost Sierra Chamber.

Representing 100s of businesses with 1,000s of employees, the Lost Sierra Chamber serves to create and support a strong local economy. From serving as the voice of small business to government on local issues to networking opportunities, community support, the Lost Sierra Chamber is dedicated to creating and supporting a strong local economy. 

The Lost Sierra Chamber’s roots run deep in our history. The Chamber runs the Lost Sierra Visitor Center and promotes all activities within the Discover The Lost Sierra platforms digitally and in-person. Visitors have been discovering the Lost Sierra’s unique recreational haven, inevitably visiting our local businesses and helping them thrive!

Meet The Lost Sierra Chamber Board of Directors

We’re a team of people who love The Lost Sierra.


We are as passionate about sharing our home with visitors as we are about protecting it for future generations.

Tanya Funk - president

Richard Aiple - VP & Chair of finance committee

Emily Compton - Treasurer & Secretary

Samantha Lenhart - Chair of marketing committee

Mark
Pecotich

Christina
Schneider

Gia
Grim

All Sierra Appraisal &

Headwaters Bistro & Deli

Meet The Lost Sierra Chamber Staff Members

Our team is here for you!

Jan
Tew

The Lost Sierra Visitor Center Director

Shelley
Evans

Lost Sierra Chamber Associate

Erin
Wallace

Lost Sierra Chamber Program & Event Coordinator

COMMITTEES

INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING?

The Lost Sierra Chamber runs events, and large initiatives throughout the year. We welcome Chamber Members and the public to volunteer on a committee to help plan, support, and have fun!

Please submit your interest below, and a Chamber Board Member will be in touch with you with more information. 

The Lost Sierra Chamber is actively supported by these Signature Investors