Message from the Board Chair – Debra Keller-Greene
Happy New Year!
As we enter into a new year and a new decade, the Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce is committed to servicing our Members and creating opportunities that support your business success.
As the Chairperson, my role is to support the Board; our President, Kendrick Tilghman; and our Committees in providing services that increase business opportunities and support your efforts to effectively compete in the marketplace. Effective in December of 2019 we re-launched the Chamber website, www.greaterbaltimoreblackchamber.org to provide you with better access to valuable information, resources, events and business opportunities. Starting in January, we will include a platform where you can share your ideas to assist us in assisting you in growing your business and empowering our communities economically.
However, we need to hear from you to know what you want from the Chamber in 2020, and ask that you are responsive to our request for information via our website questionnaire or phone calls from our Membership Committee.
We will resume our monthly General Membership Meetings at Coppin State University Talon Hall on the first Wednesdays of each month at 6:30 pm beginning February 5th. We look forward to sharing information about opportunities for you to learn from business subject matter experts and network with Government Agencies, Elected Officials, and other members.
Finally, in addition to our monthly meetings, we are planning events for our members who are not able to make the monthly General Membership Meetings. So stay tuned!!
We look forward to a year of engagement with our Members.
Debra Keller-Greene, Chairperson
Board of Directors, Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce
Greetings Baltimore City, it is a pleasure to serve as the President of the Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce. I look forward to working with you to create a pipeline of entrepreneurs in our region.
Kendrick "Dj5Starr" Tilghman, MBA
5Starr Enterprise LLC