About Us

LIAACC's Mission

The mission of The Long Island African American Chamber Of Commerce, Inc. is to advance and promote the economic development for business, and to advocate responsive government and quality education on behalf of all small businesses,  with an emphasis on African ancestry, while preserving the unique characteristics of the Long Island community.

LIAACC founded in October 2010

LIAACC, INC. was founded by John L. Scott. The Certificate of Incorporation was filed with The New York State Department of State, on October 4, 2010.

Counties We Service

LIAACC, Inc. successfully held Inaugural launches for the counties of Kings, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk.

We Stimulate Business Growth

A chamber of commerce is one of the most well-known and recognizable organizations in the country chartered to stimulate business in local and regional areas where they are designated to serve.

LIAACC featured on WABC Here and Now

LIAACC was featured on ABC Here and Now and featured President, Phil Andrews and Vice President Sharon Davis-Edwards.

LIAACC is a Regional Chamber of Commerce

LIAACC is a member of the US Black Chamber of Commerce.

LIAACC is Membership Driven

LIAACC is a membership based organization with a membership consisting of many Small Business Owners and Professionals.

Honorary Members

Honorary Members of LIAACC

George Maragos, Nassau County Comptroller

Deputy County Executive Philip Elliott

Annissa Moore Councilwoman City of Long Beach

Hon James A. Garner Chief Deputy Comptroller of Nassau County/Former President US Conference of Mayors/Former Mayor Village of Hempstead

Shelly Brazely, Interim Executive Director Nassau County Minority Affairs