(left to right) Gene Hale, Founder and CEO of GLAAACC, Douglas L. Hall, Territory Manager, Wells Fargo, Angela Gibson, President of GLAAACC, Celeste Alleyne, Microsoft’s West Region Citizenship Director, Bob Blake, Principal, Bob Blake & Associates.
Microsoft Receives the GLAAACC Corporation of the Year Award
Microsoft Receives the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce Corporation of the Year Award
Recently, the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce (GLAAACC) awarded Microsoft with the coveted Corporation of the Year Award.
This award was presented to businesses who have contributed to the economic growth and development of the African American community. Microsoft achieved this honor for their gallant work to propel the African American community through dedication, commitment and passion.
Microsoft has remained one of the leading companies in helping diverse populations realize their potential through the use of technology and has provided products and services to help minority-owned businesses start, grow and thrive. This award by GLAAACC further highlights Microsoft’s commitment to give back to their community and their positive contributions to people of color.
The Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce (GLAAACC) advocates and promotes the economic growth and development of African American businesses by focusing on the development of business opportunities, business alliances and legislative advocacy.