City and State Magazine names LI African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. President to 2020 LI Top 100 Power List. City & State’s Long Island Power 100 reflects those shifting political winds, highlighting not only the most powerful political figures in Nassau and Suffolk counties – elected officials, government appointees, business and labor leaders, academics and advocates – but also how they stack up against each other in 2020. Phil Andrews is No. 90. Phil Andrews – City and State Magazine 2020 Top Power List Long Island
Phil Andrews – New York District Office of the United States Small Business Administration 2019 Small Business Champion of 14 counties in Downstate, New YorkPicture17-1 (2) phil andrews cropped.jpg
Phil Andrews heads the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, the largest organization of its kind in New York, working with Black business owners to ensure they have the tools and resources they need to survive and thrive. LIAACC is also asking the Long Island community to “Buy Black” whenever possible. With the economic slowdown shuttering nearly three times as many Black-owned businesses as white-owned businesses in New York, Andrews’ work is critical.
About – The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. an affiliate of the US Black Chambers, Inc. and has been featured on WABC Here and Now, NBC’s Positively Black, New York State’s largest African American Chamber of Commerce LIAACC (Long Island African American Chamber, Inc.) is a shining example of chamber development and its impact on the regional and local area that it is chartered to serve in New York State.
Since its inception in 2010; LIAACC has continued to grow significantly in numbers, along with increasing its impact on its service territory. LIAACC helps small business owners in the areas of access to capital, technical assistance, advocacy, and entrepreneurial training.
LIAACC is a 501 C (6) membership based organization serving the counties of Nassau Suffolk, Queens and Kings. To join LIAACC as a member log on to http://www.liaacc.org