UpState New York Black Chamber of Commerce

UpState New York Black Chamber of Commerce USNYBCC is an non-profit organization focused on expanding the economic footprint and advocating for Black and minority businesses throughout the UpState New York and beyond...
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Order Mazzone | Mazzone Hospitality
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Order Mazzone | Mazzone Hospitality

Order Mazzone | Mazzone Hospitality

Mazzone Hospitality offers world class, fully-cooked holiday meals and gift boxes for pickup and delivery. Order Mazzone today!

Tech & Culture Speaker Series, featuring Lekia Hill
02/06/2021
Tech & Culture Speaker Series, featuring Lekia Hill

Tech & Culture Speaker Series, featuring Lekia Hill

The Tech and Culture Speaker Series is devoted to promoting diversity, inclusion, and belonging in tech related fields. The series aims to highlight diverse speakers who are currently leading in the tech industry and allow them to share their personal stories, which will inspire, motivate and transf...

You’re Invited: Black Small Business Discussion with Sen. Ben Cardin
02/02/2021
You’re Invited: Black Small Business Discussion with Sen. Ben Cardin

You’re Invited: Black Small Business Discussion with Sen. Ben Cardin

What: An event to discuss efforts to aid Black business owners as we build back from Covid-19 featuring several special guests and Incoming Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship Chair, Ben Cardin. When:  February 5, 2021 at 1:00 pm EST

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Advancing Black Entrepreneurs

Advancing Black Entrepreneurs

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to get the financial guidance and expertise you need to come back strong and build your business — from the organizations and bank you can trust.

Unique Winter Dining Experiences in Boston
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Unique Winter Dining Experiences in Boston

Unique Winter Dining Experiences in Boston

Say hello to socially distanced, safe dining with Boston's unique "outdoor" restaurant experiences! Envoy Igloos Location: Seaport Experience the panoramic views of Boston you know and love year-round with the Envoy's Igloos. Whether you're planning your next date night or a...

Say It With Flowers...Marie Campbell and #BloomsByMarie
01/14/2021
Back To Business: Blooms By Marie | Capitalize Albany

Say It With Flowers...
Marie Campbell and #BloomsByMarie

Cut flowers are special, adding color and warmth to the darkest of days and dreariest of settings. Marie Campbell experienced that first-hand during her 29 years working as a nurse at Albany Medical Center Hospital. She gave attentive care to all her patients, but said she found herself particularly...

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Albany, NY
12207

General information

President & CEO - Anthony Gaddy COO of Strategic Planning and Development - Jahkeen Hoke CMO of Branding and Communications - Julissa De Leon

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 12:00 - 17:00

Telephone

518-801-8881

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USBC New Chamber Member: UpState New York Black Chamber of Commerce

"The UpState New York Black Chamber of Commerce is proud to be the newest member of the U.S. Black Chambers family. Joining the U.S. Black Chambers will provide us with a platform to engage, educate and empower, established businesses, business owners, as well as future entrepreneurs. We will commit our resources of people, time, information and capital toward providing opportunities that create wealth and equity within our communities."

"We look forward to representing the interests and advocating on the behalf of our members throughout Upstate New York in cities including Albany, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Kingston, Newburgh, Poughkeepsie, and Hudson,”

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Crimes against human beings The Secrets of Covid-19! 9/11 and the Trojan horse: https://youtu.be/tvS7LLFNeUc
Black Business Owners! Get Ready! October 15th is a day we've designed to help you elevate your business! Click on link to learn more and register now: https://whova.com/web/black1_202008/ #blackownedbusiness #business #minorityowned #primed4success
Share with a business that you know needs support.
Please register for this event hosted by the Albany County Bar Association regarding Civil Rights & Systemic Racism. Should be an interesting conversation! Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vogGvDCcTqOrGbgFmgQlzQ
Tune in for AFSP's Elevating Voices for Long-Lasting Change Town Hall: Mental Health in the Black Community Livestream, starting on 6/25 at 4 pm ET with AFSP chief medical officer, Dr. Christine Moutier, Victor Armstrong, Tandra Rutledge and Arielle Sheftall! Panelists will discuss the mental health and suicide prevention needs of BIPOC communities. Tune in to @afspnational to watch and participate. Can't wait to see you there!
Elevating Voices for Long-Lasting Change, a Town Hall Series hosted by AFSP to address the Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Needs of BIPOC Communities, Part 1 June 25 @ 4 pm FACEBOOK LIVE (@AFSPNational) The is the first Town Hall in a series that will takes a closer look at “Mental Health in the Black Community” with a focus on the role of family alongside mental health programs and statewide services that are making mental health and suicide prevention an imperative for the Black community. Dr. Christine Moutier, AFSP Chief Medical Director will lead a moderated one-hour discussion with audience Q&A on Facebook Live (@afspnational). Guest panelists include: Victor Armstrong, MSW, ‪Director of the North Carolina Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services, AFSP's North Carolina Chapter Board Member Tandra Rutledge, M.A., Director of Business Development at Riveredge Hospital in Forest Park, IL and AFSP's Illinois Chapter Board Member. Arielle Sheftall, Ph.D., Principal Investigator, Center for Suicide Prevention and Research, Abigail Wexner Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, The Ohio State University College of Medicine Other Resources: https://afsp.org/minoritymentalhealth
February 21st 7pm at Youth FX. I hope you can join us.
Join us as we seek to develop solutions!
***PEASE SHARE*** My 12yo nephew Ananias is MISSING. He is Autistic and has a Traumatic Brain Injury. SCHENECTADY POLICE DEPARTMENT has blatantly told his mother that they are NOT looking for him even though he is a missing minor. They will tell him to come home IF they see him but they can’t do anything more than that. HE WILL ONLY BE PICKED UP BY THEM IF HE COMMITS A CRIME!!! This is a child who needs to be hospitalized in a mental health unit. Communities all over come together and help when there is a missing autistic child. Autistic children can DIE on their own because they trust the wrong people and are not capable of making safe choices for themselves. Because my nephew comes from Schenectady, and happens to be BLACK, the SPD are more willing to arrest him for committing a crime then to locate a MISSING CHILD!!! They would rather jail a special needs black child than help him. Please share and contact me or his mother Racine Oliver-Reid if you see my nephew!!!
It was a pleasure meeting with the team from the Black Chambers of Commerce. Our experience and the information shared was extremely informative for our growing business. We look forward to building a meaningful professional business relationship.
As the founder of LW Consulting Group, a business that provides various forms of etiquette training and financial education, I had my first member needs assessment meeting with the UpState New York Black Chamber of Commerce. I walked out of yesterday's meeting with one word to describe my experience, INCREDIBLE! The discussion provided me with a new perspective. Things were brought to my attention that I did not consider. I have a new focus and the support of a team that is dedicated to my success. I am not easily impressed, but I was extremely impressed by the effectiveness, professionalism, and my takeaways. The USNYBCC provided materials and a creative attitude that are needed to build a successful business. I look forward to my new journey and follow-up meetings with the USNYBCC. Thanks for the EXCITEMENT infusion!
Great meeting with President Anthony Gaddy!!