Black History Month: Minnesota Chamber member leaders featured in 200 Black Leaders to Know
Minnesota Chamber members featured in 200 Black leaders to know
February is Black History Month throughout the country, a time to celebrate the accomplishments, achievements and vast contributions of African Americans throughout the nation's history. To commemorate Black History Month, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal highlighted 200 Black leaders in the Twin Cities region. Many of the distinguished leaders are leaders in the business community and many are part of Minnesota Chamber of Commerce member organizations. Congratulations to these inspirational leaders for your contributions to the state and your businesses!
= Minnesota Chamber of Commerce Board member
= Minnesota Chamber Foundation Board member
- Adine Momoh, Stinson
- Amelia Hardy, Best Buy Co. Inc.
- Andre Creighton, TurnSignl
- Angela Davis, Minnesota Public Radio
- Brandon Vaughn, Robins Kaplan
- Brent Webb, M.A. Mortenson Co.
- Colette Campbell, Bremer Financial Corp.
- Cordell Hardy, 3M Co.
- Cornell Moore, Dorsey & Whitney
- Darrel German, Huntington Bancshares Inc.
- Drinal Foster, Wells Fargo & Co.
- Duchesne Drew, MPR
- Frank Brown, Minuteman Press
- James Momon, 3M Foundation
- Jazz Hampton, TurnSignl
- Joffrey Wilson, M.A. Mortenson Co.
- Justin Butler, Bremer Financial Corp.
- Kathie Eiland-Madison, Delta Dental of Minnesota
- Kelly Baker, Thrivent
- Kevion Ellis, St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce
- Kimberly Randolph, Xcel Energy Inc.
- Kristie Lazenberry, St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce
- Kwesi Adofo-Mensah, Minnesota Vikings
- Meka White Morris, Minnesota Twins
- Mercedes McFarland Jackson, Fredrikson & Byron
- Mychal Frelix, TurnSignl
- Olivia Jefferson, UnitedHealthcare
- Ramona Wilson, Knutson Construction
- Rod Young, Delta Dental of Minnesota
- Susan Bass Roberts, Pohlad Family Foundation
- Simon Shannon, 3M Co.
- Thompson Aderinkomi, Nice Healthcare
- Tim Farrow, U.S. Bancorp
- Tracey Gibson, Andersen Corp.
- Tru Pettigrew, Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx
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