Incorporated in February 2001, The Prince George’s Black Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is a Maryland-based business association representing Black and minority-owned businesses as an advocate and educator. PGBCC, an affiliate of the National Black Chamber of Commerce, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, nonsectarian organization dedicated to the empowerment of African American communities. The NBCC will serve as fiscal agent for its Prince George’s Chapter while the Internal Revenue Service approves the Maryland affiliate’s 501 (c)3 corporation status. Currently, there are just under 200 local chapters of the National Black Chamber based throughout the U.S. as well as in the Bahamas, Brazil, Columbia, Ghana and Jamaica.
Officers and Directors currently include: President Hubert “Petey” Green (Prince George’s Community and Business Relations Corp. ); Treasurer M.A. “Mike” Little (B&W Solutions, Inc.); Secretary Terri W. Roberts (Olympic Supply, Inc.); Director Ronald Lipford (Arel Architects, Inc.); Director John Huggins (Quality Telecommunications Services, Inc.); Director Timothy J. Adams (Systems Application & Technologies, Inc.) and Carla A. Nelson (Visionary Network Consultants, Inc.). Members of the Board of Directors—all volunteers—are elected to a 3-year term. Seats on the Board may be increased up to a total of 15.
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