The Greater Houston Black Chamber hosted a meet & greet to introduce its new president, Jeffrey D. Wallace. Held at the posh Kulture Restaurant & Bar in the Greater Houston Partnership Building, GHBC Director Courtney Johnson Rose along with a packed house of GHBC members and supporters welcomed Wallace with fellowship, kind words and pledges of support. Founded in 1935 as the city’s first African-American civic organization, the GHBC serves as the best forum in Houston to reach and partner with African-American owned businesses, entrepreneurs, and professionals. Event attendees Layle McKelvey, Frederick Barksdale, Ellis Hubbard, Teeva Rose, Hiram H. Smith, Marcus Davis (owner, Kulture), John Rolfe, Dorothy Muhammad, Alyssa Sloan, Kim Davis, Sandia Edwards, Zoga Berisha and many more.

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Aswad WalkerAssociate Editor

I'm originally from Cincinnati. I'm a husband and father to six children. I'm an associate pastor for the Shrine of Black Madonna (Houston). I am a lecturer (adjunct professor) in the University of Houston...

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