Daniel Mehan is the president and Chief Executive Officer of Missouri Chamber of Commerce & Industry, one of the most respected Chambers in the United States. For a century, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been taking care of business for Missouri employers in the halls of the State Capitol, in the courtroom and beyond. Empowered by a deep passion for our cause and a strong network of professionals, the Missouri Chamber brings together members from all corners of the state to make Missouri a better place to live and work.
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry was founded on April 6, 1923, when several prominent citizens met in the hall of the House of Representatives in the Missouri State Capitol. Today, the chamber aggresively fights to defeat legislation that would be detrimental to buiness and advocates to pass hundreds of employer-friendly measures. Missouri Chamber’s strong response during the COVID-19 pandemic has been vital to helping the state recover and thrive once again.
Whether you are part of a small business, large corporation, or manage a local chamber of commerce or association, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry provides you with a voice of experience and influence. Our staff of policy experts, lobbyists, and legal advisors make up the state’s largest and most influential business association representing more than 3,000 employers who provide more than 425,000 jobs for Missourians.
“With the Missouri Chamber Technology Alliance and supportive state government leadership, Missouri is ready to be a thriving hub for the development and advanced manufacturing of semiconductors,” said Daniel P. Mehan, president and CEO, Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry.