About the Chamber
The Whitewater Chamber of Commerce is a business association that serves the areas local businesses by bringing business owners and the community together through events and promotions.
Our membership of businesses and individuals is dedicated to keeping Whitewater as the perfect place to live, learn, work, play and dream through support and encouragement of local community members.
Our vibrant Whitewater community brings together the perfect combination of university life and small-town hospitality. Whitewater is best known as a safe, walkable community with tons of biking, hiking, and walking trails.
The Whitewater Chamber of Commerce is a community organization that supports growth in business and education.
Support and speak on behalf of our local businesses and community members
Promote engagement & participation to strengthen our relationships and bring us closer together
Provide guidance & direction to help our members achieve their goals and success
Kellie Carper brings to the chamber a passion for building relationships and actively serving the communities she calls home. She grew up in the Geneva Lakes area spending time in Fontana and Lake Geneva as a youth. Her family left the area during her high school days, but as is with most Wisconsinites she happily returned with her family in 2004. She has been a resident of Walworth County for over 15 years returning home to Lake Geneva to raise her children. Her daughter is a student at UWW and her son will be following his sister’s footsteps to campus in the next couple of years. Kellie joins the chamber and the Whitewater community with a background in hospitality, higher education, and small business management. She enjoys being a tourist in her own state exploring all that it has to offer. Kellie looks forward to supporting the business community in Whitewater, fostering growth, and creating engaging opportunities for visitors and locals alike to enjoy its rich history and friendly culture.
For over 20 years, Kathleen has enjoyed serving the tourism and business community in Whitewater. When she was looking for a community to start her new business and raise her young family, Whitewater stood out for its vibrate, supportive small businesses. She has since sold her business, but her heart still belongs to the soul of Whitewater, it’s people. Kathleen enjoys finding new and creative ways to see the people and businesses in Whitewater thrive.