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To inquire about joining the membership


of the Long Island African American
Chamber of Commerce
Name:__________________________
Address ________________________
_______________________________
Tel. No. _______________________
Email: _________________________

Email us at : Info@liaacc.org or
info@liaacc.com
Visit us online @ www.liaaacc.com
Send Mail Inquiries to: LIAACC 148
South Long Beach Ave. 2nd Floor
Freeport, New York 11520

The Mission of the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is to
advance and promote economic development for business and to advance responsive government and quality
education on the behalf of all
small businesses, with emphasis on African Ancestry,
while preserving the Long Island community. Long Island
means the New York State
counties on Nassau, Suffolk,
Queens and Kings.

LIAACC is a member of the


U.S. Black Chambers, Inc.

The Long Island African


American Chamber of
Commerce, Inc. is a regional
Chamber of Commerce
serving Nassau, Suffolk,
Queens & Kings Counties

Long Island African American


Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

148 South Long Beach Ave.


2nd Floor
Freeport, New York 11520

Building Bridges Between Corporate,


Government & Community Affairs

Minority Women Business Enterprise Certification

The Long Island African American Chamber of


Commerce, Inc. announced a campaign to
increase the number of Certified Minority
Business Owners in its member network
throughout the counties it serves.
Charlene Thompson , Esq. of Baldwin-based
Thompson Economic Development Services
stated in Newsday We want our professional
services as well as our trades to be aware of
the contracting opportunities. We want to
give business owners the skills and capacity
to successfully engage in government
contracting on the local stage and national
levels, so they can not only sustain
themselves and the employees, but hire folks
and create jobs.
We are going to be the voice of businesses
in the African American community that leads
the charge to train businesses to become
certified. Phil Andrews, President, Long
Island African American Chamber of
Commerce

John L. Scott
Chairman
Phil Andrews
President
Sharon Davis
Vice President
Germaine Auguste
Secretary
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Directors
LaShawn Allen Muhammad
Brooklyn Director
Christopher Watson
Nassau County Director
Bryan Barnett, M.B.A.
Queens Director
Kimberly Grant
Suffolk County Director
Dr. Teresa Taylor Williams
Board of Director
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Committee Chairs
Curtis Thomas
Creative Director Chair
Rose Davis
Membership Chair
Charlene J. Thompson, Esq.
MWBE Chair

LIAACCS Brooklyn Launch

LIAACC Membership Benefits


Advocacy
Networking
Access to Capital
Technical Assistance
Member to Member Pricing
Minority Business Certification
Small Business Capacity Building

For more information on


membership or corporate
sponsorship opportunities email
us today at info@liaacc.com . To
be placed on email us today at
info@liaacc.com