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LIAACC Appoints One

The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce appointed Erna Blackman to the role of Queens County director. Blackman is the founder of Butterflies, BBI, Inc., a nonprofit providing free hair replacements to children with medical hair loss. Source: Long Island Business News

LIAACC Expands to Kings County

The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. announced on Friday it will begin servicing the small businesses of Kings County. Founded by its chairman John L. Scott, LIAACC’s mission is to advance and promote economic development and advance responsive government and quality education for small businesses in Long Island and now including the…

PROFILE: Meet Erna Blackman

Freeport, NY – December 12, 2015 – On December 12, 2015 the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (LIAACC) appointed Erna Blackman Butterflies, BBI, Inc. Founder as Queens County Director. Queens County is the second most populous county in New York State, behind neighboring Kings County, which is coterminous with the…

PROFILE: Meet Phil Andrews

Star of Queens: Phil Andrews, President of The LIAACC PERSONAL BACKGROUND: Phil Andrews was raised in Brooklyn and is a graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School. Andrews is now a current resident of Flushing and has attended York College and John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He has been a certified…