Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce

GLAAACC Honors Leaders In Business, Government, Technology, and Transportation

The Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce at its 30th Awards Gala on April 19, at the JW Marriot LA LIVE will honor California Governor Gavin Newsom along with leaders in business, technology, and transportation that have supported African American businesses. “The GLAAACC Awards Gala will recognize companies and individuals who have provided pathways and opportunities to stimulate economic opportunities for Black businesses. It’s a networking and information business affair, wrapped up in one black-tie extravaganza, said Chairman Gene Hale. Newsom will be honored with the Public Service Award for his national leadership in putting people first, climate

GLAAACC Celebrates 30 Years of Honoring Businesses

GLAAACC will celebrate Black businesses, community leaders, policymakers and corporate supporters at the 30th Economic Awards Dinner, which will take place on April 19, at JW Marriott LA Live Los Angeles.

Supervisor Holly Mitchell Inducts GLAAAC Board Of Directors

L.A. County Supervisor Holly Mitchell swore in the board of directors for the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce and GLAAACC’S Education Fund and Foundation before an audience of business associates, colleagues and corporate sponsors on Jan. 17, at the City Club in downtown Los Angeles.

GLAAACC Celebrates Women In Technology

In celebration of Black women who have persevered and broke through the tech industry’s glass ceiling, the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce hosted its 6th Annual Women in the C-Suite.  

GLAAACC’S Business Evolution Program Prepares Entreprenuers For Growth

To continue the growth of Black businesses, the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce launched its 18th Business Evolution Program, which prepares entrepreneurs and business owners to participate in the financial success that keeps the country’s economy going strong. 

Newsom Reaffirms Commitment to Broadband Access in South L.A.

Gene Hale, chairman of the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce spoke to Gov. Gavin Newsom about changes to the plan to expand broadband access.  Newsom again affirmed his commitment to fund all planned middle-mile segments in these communities in his January budget proposal.

Political Playback: News You Might Have Missed-August 17

The Gene Hale Foundation, a non-profit based in Los Angeles County, donated $25,000 to the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce (GLAAACC) Education Scholarship Foundation to support a program designed to assist college-bound students.

Political Playback: News You Might Have Missed

The Gene Hale Foundation, a non-profit based in Los Angeles County, donated $25,000 to the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce (GLAAACC) Education Scholarship Foundation to support a program designed to assist college-bound students.

GLAAACC Ed Fund Awards Scholarships to College-Bound Seniors

Two years after schools reopened following the devastating Coronavirus pandemic, the graduation rate for high school seniors in Los Angeles is 87%.  The Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce Education Fund and Foundation honored 10 high school seniors who achieved that milestone at their 24th Annual Ed Fund Scholarship Reception.

GLAAACC Highlights L.A.’s Next Generation of Black Leaders for Black History Month

As part of its celebration of Black History Month, the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce (GLAAACC) hosted “A Dialogue with the Next Generation of Black Leaders” virtually on Thursday, February 16. Cameron Onumah, Ty Bland, Yasmine-Imani McMorrin, Mae Gates, Triston Ezidore, and Los Angeles Sentinel’s own Devyn Bakewell comprised the panel.