Our Leadership

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Executive Board

Gene Hale


G&C Equipment Corporation

Duvon Davis

Vice Chairman

Senior Vice President / Senior Relationship Manager

Wells Fargo 

Angela Gibson Shaw


AG & Associates

Lisa Stevens

Vice President

Vice President 
JP Morgan Chase

Ronald Lowe

Ronald A. Lowe


Managing Consultant
Marble, Lowe and Associates

Lily Otieno

Lily Otieno


Director –  Supply Chain & Diverse Business Enterprises

Southern California Gas Company


Pamela Alexander

Director, Call Center Operations


Celeste Alleyne

Executive Engagements & External Talent

Global Events Studios & Communities


Tene Bonds

Tene C. Bonds

Refinery Controller


Jamarah Hayner

Jamarah Hayner

JKH Consulting Services

Anthony Holland

Anthony Holland

          Ridgeley Advisors
Clifton Johnson

Clifton Johnson

Visionary Strategist Group

McKenzie Neely- Wirght

Area Manager, External 

Affairs L.A. & South Bay

AT & T Services

Cameron Onumah

Head of Southern

California Policy


Delphine Pruitt

Vice President 
U.S. Bank

Breana Weaver

Assistant Manager of

Diversity & Inclusion

PCL Construction


Chanel Frampton

Director of Programs

Jessica O-Davis

Special Events &

Social Media Coordinator

Naomi Scott

Director of Operations

Corporate Advisory Board

The GLAAACC Corporate Advisory Board (CAB) provides the Chamber with the resources necessary to ensure the success of their programs that promote the development, growth and expansion of African American-owned business enterprises. The GLAAACC CAB also assists in securing funds for the GLAAACC Education Fund & Foundation.

Bank of America
Garrett S. Gin, Director for Market President Network

G&C Equipment Corporation
Gene Hale, President

Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
Andrew D Millar, Project Development Director

JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Lisa Dixon Stevens,Vice President-Sr. Business Consultant

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power
Winifred Yancy, Director, Intergovernmental Affairs and Community Relations

Metropolitan Water District
Kenneth Ashford, Business Outreach Representative

Microsoft Corporation
Celeste M. Alleyne, Western Region Citizenship Director

NBC Universal
Darnell Tyler, Director of Real Estate Planning and Community Relations

Northrop Grumman Corporation
Vicky Harper-Hall, Sec. Manager of Socio-Economic Business Prgms & Gov. Relations

Southern California Gas Company
Joseph Chow, Supplier Diversity Manager

Southern California Edison
Dennis Thurston, Diversity Manager

Eric Fitzgerald Reed, Vice President – Entertainment & Tech Policy

Philip Serghini, Senior Manager

Wells Fargo
Jack Olree, Community Development

The Chairman’s Circle consists of the top corporations that support GLAAACC and its mission. GLAAACC would like to acknowledge the companies below for their dedication and support (logos in a google docs folder)


GLAAACC has various committees that work towards hosting seminars, programs, and events to educate the small business community as well as promote the development of African American business enterprises. Members are strongly encouraged to serve on a committee to gain the most out of their experience with GLAAACC.

Business Evolution Program (BEP) Committee

The Business Evolution Program (BEP) Committee advocates and promotes the economic growth and development of the African American business by developing business opportunities and business alliances. Additionally, the BEP Committee oversees all aspects of the GLAAACC Business Evolution Program.

Membership & Programs Committee

The Membership & Programs Committee grows, retains, attracts and recruits quality members for the GLAAACC organization and enhances its member benefits. The Committee is responsible for outreach to prospective members and the retention of current ones. Additionally, the Committee supports the goals and objectives of GLAAACC by planning and coordinating events, training and/or seminars that will benefit the GLAAACC membership. As well as strives to offer diverse business related subject matters, effective meeting formats and relevant educational opportunities to promote the personal, professional and economic advancement of the GLAAACC membership.

Procurement Committee

The Procurement Committee influences policies, regulation and legislation that assists and promotes economic development, job creation, business growth and financial success for its chamber members. This committee supports our efforts related to economic development, procurement and public policy/small business legislation. This committee is also responsible for town hall events.