State Senator John E. Brooks honored Baldwin resident, Charlene Jackson Thompson, as his 2017 New York State Senate “Woman of Distinction.”

[video width="1280" height="720" mp4="http://liaacc.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Charlene-Jackson-Thompson-Esq.-Senator-Brooks-2017-Woman-of-Distinctionvia-torchbrowser.com_.mp4"][/video] Thompson represented Brooks’ 8th Senate District at the Annual “Women of Distinction” awards ceremony in Albany.  She was recognized along with more than 60 other honorees from across New York State. Brooks said, “There are remarkable women in our midst whose lives, work and accomplishments contribute…

Minority Business Development In America Locally and Nationally Still A Lofty Goal!

[video width="640" height="360" mp4="http://liaacc.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Growing-A-Business-Verizon-FiOS1-News-Long-Island-YouTubevia-torchbrowser.com_.mp4"][/video] Photo: Picture Left to Right: Christopher Watson, LIAACC’S Nassau Director, Sharon Davis, Vice President of LIAACC,Ron Busby, President, US Black Chambers, Inc. and Phil Andrews, LIAACC’S President Minority Business Development in America on both the local and national level in America remains a lofty goal. If…

Ron Busby, Sr. US Black Chambers President/CEO to Keynote LIAACC’S Regional Chamber Leadership Conference May 16, 2017 At Hofstra University

Long Island, New York – On May 16, 2017 Ron Busby, Sr. the President and CEO of the US Black Chambers, Inc. will be keynoting the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. Regional Chamber Leadership Conference. The Conference will be held at Hofstra University Club and will begin…

NY State Regional Chamber of Commerce Set to Celebrate “Women Who Shine” on March 28, 2017 in Queens

The Ladies of LIAACC Awards committee has chosen distinguished honorees for this year’s award celebration; each honoree has been designated as a “Women Who Shines.” Queens, NY - March 10, 2017 - Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.’s Ladies of LIAACC will be celebrating National Women’s Month appropriately…
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