6203 West Capitol Drive - Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216
Welcome to the African American Chamber of Commerce!
Our Chamber invites people of all races, ethnic backgrounds and both genders as members.
The mission of the AACC is to advocate for and develop programs that strengthen and grow businesses owned by African Americans. Our member businesses employ people of all races, positively impacting our State economy.
We believe our community and members possess everything necessary to bring economic prosperity to our community. Our members in good standing -- business owners, government administrators, political leaders, individuals and pastors -- will do everything within their power to reduce the high unemployment and overwhelming hopelessness far too common in the black community.
While our members are not responsible for the high unemployment in the black community, individually and collectively, we are committed to do our part to reduce it.
President/CEO Dr. Eve Hall
the past 20+ years, I have
learned that the most successful programs
|This spring, the AACC entered a new chapter in its storied history, with the
introduction of our new President and CEO - Dr. Eve M. Hall.
Dr. Hall has a solid organizational development background. She is an experienced program leader and partnership developer in the areas of education, nonprofit, government and now business. The African American Chamber of Commerce is proud to present our new leader— Dr. Eve M. Hall.
Chief Innovation Officer / Vice President of Programs - Thurgood Marshall College Fund / Milwaukee and Washington, DC
Director—Office of the Governor (Tommy G. Thompson) - Milwaukee, WI
Executive Assistant -- Superintendent/School to Work/ Milwaukee Public Schools
Vice President of Public Affairs - Family Service of Milwaukee
Florida A&M, BS, Psychology
UW - Milwaukee, MS, Administrative Leadership
Cardinal Stritch University, Ph.D. - Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service
Dissertation: The Power of One: Mary McLeod Bethune in Leadership, Learning, and Service.
Dr. Hall’s past responsibilities were concentrated in several key areas important to the African American Chamber: strategic planning; program development and launches; fundraising; grant administration; and partnership building. We’re excited to re-unite Eve with old friends and associates as well as introduce her to our members and strategic partners.
can put your trust in the new African American Chamber of Commerce of
Greater Milwaukee. We provide service and exceptional support for small
and large businesses. All of our events, services and training programs
are designed with our members in mind. So, if you're a large
corporation, start up business or long term member, you can count on the
AACC to to help you accomplish your mission.
We look forward to serving you!
Phone: 414.462.9450 Fax : 414.462.9452
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