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Topic: What Does the Energy Future In Texas Look Like
Presented by: Tom “Smitty” Smith
Public Citizen’s Texas Office

Topic: The Clean Power Plan: What it means for Communities of Color in Texas
Presented by: Steve Brown, Managing Director
Capitol Assets Public Affairs & Sustainable Energy Development

Topic: Texas Medical Center
Presented by: Larry Stokes

Topic: 2016 Port of Houston Presentation
Presented by: Commissioner Theldon Branch

Topic: Small Business Banking Borrowing Reference Guide
Presenter: Frost Bank
Women In Business Quarterly Breakfast (Nov. 15th)

Topic: DBE Certification
Presenter: Joe Sanchez, TX DOT Civil Rights Program Specialist
Doing Business with TX DOT Workshop (Nov. 14th)

Topic: Navigating TX DOT’s Business Section
Presenter: Carlos A. Balderas, Statewide Outreach and Reporting Director/HUB Program Director
Doing Business with TX DOT Workshop (Nov. 14th)

Topic: Leveraging Generational Diversity to Effectively Market Your Brand
Presenter: Elizabeth A. Campbell, Partner & Chief Diversity Officer
Andrews Kurth Kenyon LLP (March 14, 2017)

Topic: How to Write a Compliant Solicitation Response
Presenter: Julie Marie Irvin
Keystone Resources

Topic: Lone Star College
Presenter: Stephen C. Head Chancellor (May 9, 2017)

Topic: Know Your Business: How to Ready Your Company for Your Next Big Opportunity
Presenter: Ellis Hubbard

Demographics & Facts

The Changing Face of Houston and America: Tracking Responses to the Economic and Demographic Transformations through 35 Years of Houston Surveys
Dr. Stephen Klineberg

Black Businesses in Texas 2007 – 2012
Presented by: Hopeton Hay, Director
UT System Office of HUB Programs

TSU and the GHBC Project Study
GHBC Missouri City Branch Presentation
June 2017

Business Resources  

The Greater Houston Black Chamber takes great pride in enriching the business community by providing accessible resources and creating a platform for multi-sectored businesses of all sizes to grow.

As a member of GHBC, you’ll have opportunities to participate in premier networking opportunities, as well as gain key insights on issues facing our community and African-American Businesses.  The Chamber has earned Houston’s trust by working alongside other business leaders to make Houston one of the world’s best places to live, work and build a business.

GHBC’s Business Resources is an online access portal with links to supporting African-American small business by offering additional resources and tools to address the needs of you businesses.