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The Bronx Chamber of Commerce paid homage to six distinguished African-American leaders helping to better our borough

Bronx Chamber Hosts Black Heritage Lunch

Bronx Chamber’s Joseph Kelleher (back, l) and Nunizo Del Greco (back, 2nd from l), president and Thomas Messina (front, r) representing Congressman Joseph Crowley with the honorees.
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The Bronx Chamber of Commerce paid homage to six distinguished African American leaders at its annual Black Heritage Celebration Luncheon on Friday, February 23 at Tosca Marquee. This year’s exemplary honorees were Supreme Criminal Court Judge Eugene Oliver; Michael Nixon, Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation Credit Analyst and Business Development officer; Nicole McNulty, Apple Bank Co-op City Branch manager and Apple Bank vice president; Carolyn Harrison, Young Life Bronx regional director; Jacquie Wayans, TV host and producer and Bouna Coundoul, former goalkeeper coach/field player and NYC Soccer Player of the Year.

Updated 5:14 pm, July 9, 2018
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