States Black Chambers Unite in Tallahassee
February 10, 2022 Business
The Florida Association of Black Chambers of Commerce leaders came together from across the state to network and solidify relationships that will enabling underserved communities to thrive. It also provided an important opportunity for small businesses and their needs.
Shown l-r is Grasford Smith, Esq. (President, Black Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach), Tarnish Claitt (- President, Manasota Black Chamber of Commerce), Katrina Tuggerson (President, Capital City Chamber of Commerce), Eric Knowles (President, Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce), Shaheewa Jarrett Gelin, Esq. (- Founder, Florida Association of Black Chambers of Commerce & Broward County Black Chamber), Tanisha Nunn Gary, Esq. (President, African-American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida), Brian Wyer (President, Gulf Coast Minority Chamber of Commerce), Chauncelor Howell – President, (Treasure Coast Black Chamber of Commerce), Antonio Jefferson (President, Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce of Florida), Oliver Brown (South Florida Black Chamber of Commerce), Dr. Valecia Brooks Dunbar – President, (Greater First Coast Chamber of Commerce).
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