Securing Florida’s Future Includes You
Driving long-term solutions requires coordinating Florida’s 67 counties, from the Panhandle to the Keys, under free-enterprise principles that help our state grow. Securing our state’s future requires business and community leaders like you.The Florida Chamber Foundation leads the state in future-focused research and continues to be a catalyst for positive change. But we need your help to secure Florida’s future.
The Florida Chamber Foundation created the Six Pillars Framework, an organizational framework that identifies key factors that drive Florida’s future economy and helps communities, agencies and organizations speak with one voice.
Metrics to Help Secure Florida’s Future
To further drive meaningful conversations, the Florida Chamber Foundation built an interactive tool – The Florida Scorecard – to track key metrics within each of the Six Pillars. Paired with the power of the framework, these tools serve the larger mission of developing a dynamic, long-term strategic plan for Florida.
Add Your Voice to the Conversation on Florida’s Future
Join a Florida Chamber Foundation Caucus Group and collaborate with business and industry leaders who are committed to identifying future-focused solutions and providing a platform for local, regional and statewide partnership. The Foundation invites you to participate in the Six Pillars Caucus collaborative website where you can have a voice to engage and collaborate with others with a commitment to Florida’s future. E-mail FloridaSixPillars@FLFoundation.org for an invite.
Become a Six Pillar Community
Ensure your community is vibrant, sustainable and economically competitive by becoming a Six Pillar Community. Community leaders from around the state are using the Six Pillars framework to guide their local dialogue and develop local strategic plans. Each county or region that has formally adopted the Six Pillars framework will have the opportunity to appoint six regional representatives (one per Pillar) to the Caucus System to ensure local strategic plans inform the statewide planning process. Find out how you can help your community prepare for future changes, contact Tracey Lowe at 850.521.1226.