Gwinnett County Black Chamber of Commerce was founded in 2019
President and CEO
As a Black entrepreneur in 2019, Cheryle Renee Moses realized the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce was not meeting the needs of Black business owners in the county. In response to the lack of attention to Black business owners, Cheryle started the Gwinnett County Black Chamber of Commerce (GCBCC).
“I am dedicated to empowering Black businesses to grow and diversify their customer base, revenue, profits and legacy building through information sharing, resources, training, corporate and government partnerships, anti-racism strategies and marketing assistance,” stated Moses. “The Black community spends trillions of dollars in the United States’ economy. The goal of GCBCC is to bring some of those dollars to the Black-owned businesses in Gwinnett County,” Moses continued.
Cheryle Renee Moses, Camrose Creative Services, Inc.
Teta Zonen, Serbea Living Restaurant and Lounge
Michael Syphoe, Michael Syphoe and Associates
Sara Minale, Yaney LLC