Let me introduce myself, I’m Courtney Reynolds from Louisiana and I am the Chairwoman of the National Black Chamber of Commerce. I would love to meet you at our annual conference. You’ll meet people from all over the US, Cameroon, Nigeria and Columbia.
We’ve got a dynamic and vibrant meeting July 19- 21, 2018 in Washington, DC. Our meeting venues for Thursday and Friday are on Capitol Hill and our Saturday meeting is at Ben’s Next Door on U Street (come for the chicken and waffles, stay for the networking).
We’ve added more subject matter experts to our speakers’ list and the topics are geared to get you thinking about the possibilities of A More Dynamic Economy – How to Transform our Analogue Economy into 21st Century Solutions. Come for the networking, stay for the networking. Early bird registration expires Monday. (P.S. I’m bringing Louisiana pralines to share with ya’ll.)
Senator Tim Scott on Opportunity Zones, Recipient of the NBCC 2018 Parren J. Mitchell Award
Butch Anthony, CEO of This Is It Bar-b-q & Seafood (available as Franchises) and author of God has a Plan for the Underdog.
Governor Bruce Rauner of Illinois, Recipient of the NBCC 2018 Arthur A. Fletcher Lifetime Achievement Award
Toni Karnes, Program Manager for Dept. of Economic & Community Development . State Of Connecticut
Henry Childs, The White House Office of Public Liaison for Urban Revitalization
Thompson & Grace Medical City – Lagos, Nigeria. Thompson & Grace Medical City (TGMC) is a sustainable healthcare development model anchored on philosophy of work, live, play, heal and learn; business initiative by the Thompson & Grace Group (T&G) in Nigeria.