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Chapter One: 3:00 – Virtual Connections for Business Community

Chapter Two: 5:45 – Santa Fe Cultural Hub of the Southwest

Chapter Three: 11:20 – Technology Booming Industry for Santa Fe

Chapter Four: 17:22 – Santa Fe Housing A Bargain for Some

Chapter Five: 19:48 – Largest Group Women Entrepreneurs in Country 

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Bridget Dixson (002)

Business Partner Since 1882

​The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce was established in 1882 as the Santa Fe Board of Trade; the Chamber has since been the voice of the region’s business community. The Chamber has helped turn the Santa Fe area into one of the best places in the country to live, work and raise a family all while helping over 800 member businesses thrive. The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce is committed to four main areas of focus:

  • CREATING A STRONGER LOCAL ECONOMY
  • PROMOTING THE COMMUNITY
  • PROVIDING NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES
  • ADVOCACY
  • Bridget Dixson is the current President of the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce. She was promoted into the position in December 2019 after serving for 5 years as the Chamber’s Vice-President and 5 years prior as the Chamber membership developer, events planner, and travel coordinator. She is a graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Institute of Organizational Management and the professional development program of the Western Association of Chamber Executives. These programs are meant to prepare student for leadership positions with Chamber organizations across the United States. She is also a graduate from Leadership Santa Fe and holds a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Phoenix. She is passionate about the Chamber of Commerce’s mission and believes it is pivotal to all businesses, big or small, in building a vibrant and successful local economy. Over her career with the Chamber, she has realized it to be hugely rewarding, demanding, and an all-encompassing  In spirit, her vision is for continuous growth in the community and wants to galvanize women business members and integrate the south-side area of Santa Fe into its mission. Finally, her hope is that her energy, enthusiasm, and commitment to the Chamber is contagious and continues to spread throughout the business community.