Dear CCAACC Friends and Members:
Since our founding in 1982, the Capital City African American Chamber of Commerce has dedicated itself to providing assistance to all small businesses within the Greater Austin Region. We strongly believe that all businesses should be given the opportunity to reach their full potential. Not only does the Chamber provide avenues for small business to gather further assistance, the Chamber also offers workshops and receptions for businesses to expand their visibility within the community. Given the current workforce and the socio-economic demands, it is critical to support these entrepreneurs in the underserved areas of the Greater Austin region.
As the new President & CEO for the Capital City African American Chamber of Commerce, my main priority has been to enhance programming, expand and deepen community relations and diversify the Chamber’s funding portfolio. Clearly expressing the organization’s strategic goals and direction will help to deepen trust and support for the Chamber, and build on our rich legacy of almost 30 years of service to the Austin community.
In January 2012 the CCAACC and its board of directors released the executive summary of our 2012 strategic plan. We are excited to share our strategic vision, aiming to gain your participation and involvement. To download this report, please click here.
The strength of CCAACC comes from the involvement of our membership. As such, we are committed to earning your business, trust, satisfaction and partnership. By working together we can accomplish these objectives – moving the organization forward toward prosperity and a renewed purpose of delivering the capital.
Capital City African American Chamber of Commerce
- Political Capital | Advocacy and Civic Engagement
- Business Capital | Business Education and Training
- Social Capital | Networking and Business Connections
Natalie Madeira Cofield
President & Chief Executive Officer