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Mom inventor and co-founder of Darlyng & Co, Tara Darnley is still in celebratory mode after landing multiple deals nationwide with Babies “R” Us and several other international distributors to stock her invention – the...

LIAACC’s MWBE Chair Charlene J. Thompson, Esq.  Chair Long Island 1stRegional Leadership Conference geared to strengthen Chamber Leadership and increase the capacity of Chamber of Commerce on Long island.  The conference was held at...

New York University President Andrew Hamilton today named Lisa Coleman to be Senior Vice President for Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation and NYU’s inaugural Chief Diversity Officer. Dr. Coleman will start in her...

Women Entrepreneurs NYC, (WE NYC), selects Dr. Corrinne Graham to serve as a WE NYC Mentor for Current 2017 Program Cycle. Dr. Corrinne Graham, a management consultant, a WE NYC Mentor, small and start-up...

Phil Andrews, Contributor President, Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. Chambers of Commerce are vital to stimulating local business corridors throughout New York State, and one such chamber of commerce that is making a...

Three MBA candidates from the Columbia Business School won The Executive Leadership Council's (ELC) 2017 Business Case Competition. The annual competition, sponsored and hosted by Exxon Mobil Corporation, invites students from the nation's top business...

For the past 36 years, the Harlem Business Alliance (HBA) has honored black brilliance with their annual awards gala. This annual must attend celebration is the pinnacle fundraising event for the nonprofit. This year's...

By Christina Freycinet Actor Jermel Howard went from being a rapper from Long Island New York to becoming an actor out in Los Angeles California. He’s already made a name for himself by starring in shows...

The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (“LIAACC”) is New York States largest African American Chamber of Commerce.  On March 28, 2017, LIAACC honored three extraordinary “Women Who Shine” at Pa Nash...

Back in 2013, Anthony Brown of Queens Village, New York, donated one of his kidneys to his mom, Rita Brown, and it literally saved her life. She had been diagnosed with kidney disease and...

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